List of town tramway systems in Belarus

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A modern tramway AKSM-843 in Minsk

This article shows a list of town tramway systems in Belarus. It includes all known tram systems in Belarus, past and present; cities with currently operating systems, and those systems themselves, are indicated in bold and blue background colored rows. Those tram systems that operated on other than standard gauge track (where known) are indicated in the 'Notes' column.

Overview

The first electric tramway systems in Belarus started on 13 October 1929 when two Belarusian tramlines were created in Minsk. There are now 11 tramlines in Minsk.

List of systems

Mazyr
Minsk
Vitebsk
Location Name of System Traction
Type
Date (From) Date (To) Notes
Mahilyow Horse 10 Feb 1910 1920  
Mazyr Trams in Mazyr Electric
(express tramway)
01 Aug 1988   Gauge: 1,524 mm (5 ft)
Minsk Trams in Minsk Horse 22 May 1892 20 Jan 1928 Gauge: 1,000 mm (3 ft 3 38 in)
Operation suspended May 1918 - 07 August 1921 because of war.
Electric 13 Oct 1929   Gauge: 1,524 mm (5 ft)
Operation suspended 25 June 1941 - 1 May 1943 and June 1944 - 30 April 1945 because of war.
Novopolotsk Trams in Navapolatsk Electric
(express tramway)
21 May 1974   Gauge: 1,524 mm (5 ft)
Vitebsk Trams in Vitebsk Electric 30 Jun 1896   Gauge: 1,524 mm (5 ft)
Operation suspended 1918 - April 1923 and July 1941 - 5 October 1947 because of war.

See also

External links

Media related to Trams in Belarus at Wikimedia Commons

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