Trams & The Colonnade

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Joseph Spinella

Wolli Creek, Australia

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Small 13" x 13"
Medium 16" x 16"
Large 18" x 18"

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  • Selected design printed on both sides
  • 1 inch wide super strong cotton shoulder strap (14 inch length)
  • Soft yet hard wearing 100% spun Polyester Poplin fabric
  • Dry or Spot Clean Only

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This painting depicts Post War R1 class tram 2055 heading for Coogee beach. It has just left Railway Square where it commenced its journey and is turning into Eddy Avenue, under the Railway Colonnade which carried trams until 1957. R1 Class 2055 is now preserved by the Sydney Tramway Museum at Loftus.

The tram in the distance crossing Eddy Avenue on a purpose built tram-only bridge is heading for Circular Quay. This bridge which ceased to carry trams in 1957 once again carries light rail vehicles which commenced running in 1997, a gap of 40 years.

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  • Joseph Colella
  • Joseph Spinella
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