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Delhi Tramways

Delhi Municipal Conservancy Tramway and Railway

The ‘Delhi Municipal Conservancy Tramway’ was constructed in 1896-97.
In 1934 a broad gauge system was constructed and in use by 1937
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Delhi Durbar 1903 and 1911 Light Railways

1903 Durbar - a light railway (not strictly a Tramway) was constructed for transport of visitors and troops
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1911 Durbar, a light railway was constructed
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It is not known if any of these routes were later utilised as part of the Delhi Electric Tramway.

Delhi Electric Tramway and Lighting Company

The tram system opened in March 1908, 10 miles (16km) of track were laid running to most parts of the city as well as the outskirts of Subzee Mandi and Sudder Bazaar. There were three main routes on the system, but all routes passed through Fatehpuri Junction with fixed stopping-places
See separate page for further details.