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Old June 13th, 2011, 01:41 AM   #201
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Wink Eléctricos...

Ora bem,então temos o seguinte:


serviço comercial - 131 205 213 216 218 221(brevemente)

linha turistica - 143 203 222 (este último está encostado por problemas na carroçaria)

aluguer - 191 275 277

O belga 287 fez de bilheteira e posto de informações da carristur durante algum tempo.

Para restauro com vista ao museu estão guardados pelo menos 2,os que já foram referidos em post anterior.

Ainda estão vários carros "armazenados".Alguns belgas e brill-boogie,bem como alguns brill dos pequenos que já não rolam à bastante tempo.Um deles é precisamente o 134.


Resumino e concluindo: ainda existe um nº razoável de carros na remise de massarelos.Mas duvido que todos eles sejam recuperados.
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Old June 13th, 2011, 10:37 AM   #202
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Já estão vários prontos , mas quantos são os "recolhidos"?
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Old June 13th, 2011, 07:38 PM   #203
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CS-TNJ, Muito Obrigado pelas tuas informações.

Deixo aqui mais umas fotos do nossos eléctricos espalhados (infelizmente) pelo mundo:

1- CE 189 em San Francisco, EUA
http://lh5.ggpht.com/-4MNgI5GUbus/TS...%252520USA.jpg

2- CE 189 em Philadelphia, EUA
http://lh3.ggpht.com/-U90AyCoL4W8/TS...%252520USA.jpg

Informações dobre este carro eléctrico 189 retiradas do site: Market Street Railway
http://www.streetcar.org/streetcars/189/

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Originally Built For: Porto, Portugal, 1929
Acquired by Muni From: Paul Class, Oregon, 1984
Builder: Comp. Carris de Ferro do Porto Shops
Seats: 23
Weight: 28,000 lbs.
Length: 30' 6"
Width´: 7' 10"
Height: 11' 3"
Control: GE B54E
Trucks: Brill 21E (single)
Motors: 2-GE 270 (55 hp each)
Brakes: Air, electric, hand


A century ago, America was the world technology leader - in streetcars! U.S. firms such as the J.G. Brill Company of Philadelphia exported their products to numerous countries around the globe.

This streetcar (or tram, as they're called in Europe) is a knock-off of a Brill product, built in 1929 by crafts workers in Porto, Portugal. In Portuguese, the city's name is "O Porto," which simply means "the port." Not surprisingly, maritime commerce has driven this city's economy for centuries - that, and the wonderful wine named for the city.

Porto bought Brill streetcars in kit form in the early 1900s. When they needed more cars, they chose to simply copy the Philadelphia product. This is one of those copies. Both Porto and the capital, Lisbon, ran Brill streetcars - and locally produced copies - throughout the Twentieth Century. Lisbon has lovingly restored and updated a few of its lines, especially those that twist and climb through the old Alfama district--one of the great streetcar rides in the world today! Porto, too, has retained two great vintage lines that still use these cars, pictured above where the two lines meet on the riverfront.

Some of Porto's old Brills--both tiny single-truck cars and somewhat larger (but still small) double-truckers--got scattered across the globe when the city cut lines in the 1980s. They were perfect for heritage trolley operations, since they were similar to streetcars that had run in many American cities (though, interestingly enough, never in San Francisco). Memphis, for example, now relies on several ex-Porto cars for its vintage streetcar line.

When the first San Francisco Historic Trolley Festival was planned in 1983, the Chamber of Commerce leased two ex-Porto single-truck cars from Paul Class, an Oregon streetcar entrepreneur. Their bouncy ride, beautiful interior woodwork and rattan seats made them very popular. But the cars were very tired mechanically, and their wood bodies were held together more by habit than anything else. Since the Festival was originally conceived as a one-time event, they were not intended to have a permanent home here. Indeed, one of the cars, No. 122 (a 1912 Brill kit), went to Dallas, where it operates today as part of the delightful McKinney Avenue heritage trolley line.

This car, No. 189, was brought back to San Francisco in 1984, bought by Muni, and operated in the remainder of the Trolley Festivals. In 1987, it joined the only other single-truck car in the fleet, No. 578-S, in a successful demonstration of the potential popularity of a waterfront streetcar line. The two antiques towed modern generators (to provide power in the absence of overhead wires) along the abandoned State Belt freight railroad tracks from the Ferry Building to Pier 39. The popularity of the trial run clinched the extension of the F-line along the waterfront.

Unfortunately, this car was completely neglected after the Trolley Festivals ended, and deteriorated badly. Market Street Railway volunteers performed some cosmetic maintenance to arrest the decline of the car, but it has not operated since 1987.

In 2002, Muni's world-class carpentry shop, which has focused primarily on cable cars, began a long-term project of rebuilding No. 189. They built a new chassis around the single truck, which was overhauled along with the motors and controllers by Muni's maintenance team. But other projects then put this restoration on hold for a number of years. The body work is scheduled to resume in 2011, including the lengthening of the platforms to accommodate disabled riders. The goal is to return No. 189 to the F-line fleet to provide more decades of delight to rider is this great port city.
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Old June 13th, 2011, 08:16 PM   #204
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CE 273 - Blackport

Mais um "emigrante":
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Type: Enclosed bogie single decker
Body: CCFP (Porto)
Built: 1928


This iconic Portuguese car was built in Porto in 1928 to a design typical of American tramways and adopted extensively in Portugal. A semi convertible car - the side windows lift right up into the ceiling on warm days - the car was a long term target of the Tramway Sponsorship Organisation when it arrived at Crich in 1996 following contraction of the Porto system. Its significance in both European and American tramway history was recognised by the Heritage Lottery Fund who part funded the extensive restoration undertaken in the Crich workshops. It was completed in 2002.



in:http://www.blackpooltramevents.co.uk

cortesia de Ian Banks

cortesia de Cliff Jones
CE 273 ainda no Porto em 1983
http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_zjxDM-izfK...0/EPSON824.JPG
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Old June 16th, 2011, 12:27 AM   #205
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Meus amigos aqui vão algumas fotos das oficinas de Massarelos tiradas no ano passado a quando do desfile.


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Old June 16th, 2011, 01:08 AM   #206
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Qdo começam as obras no museu?
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O que aconteceu à entrada do Estoril, em lisboa, não foi um acto de uns quantos alucinados. Foi, isso sim, à semelhança do que ocorreu em Cabinda, um mero exercício terrorista de uns quantos adeptos benfiquistas que, apoiados no racismo que se vive na socidade lisboeta contra o Porto, a coberto da total impunidade que sobrevive para aquelas bandas, e mercê de uma acção cobarde, tentaram roubar a vida aos atletas e dirigentes do FCPorto que, ingenuamente, pensavam estar a caminho de uma competição desportiva, de uma festa do futebol...
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Old July 20th, 2011, 02:23 AM   #207
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Mais um ex electrico do Porto a circular numa cidade Americana, este circula na cidade de Memphis, Tennessee.
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Old July 20th, 2011, 02:08 PM   #208
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Cool remise das boavista...

Que saudades...





Do site: http:// www.railfaneurope.net


nota: atente-se no autocarro de 2 pisos e dentro da remise um trolei lancia de 1 piso.Na remise da boavista,eram efectuadas as grandes reparações quer em autocarros,quer em troleis,para além dos eléctricos,evidentemente.
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Old September 5th, 2011, 10:35 PM   #209
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1-STCP CE 191 & 143 | Massarelos | 28/04/2011
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STCP CE 191 & 143 | Massarelos | 28/04/2011 por Gil Ismael Braga Monteiro, no Flickr
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Old September 6th, 2011, 01:30 AM   #210
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O 191 veio dar uma volta!!!
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Old September 9th, 2011, 01:09 AM   #211
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Qdo é que começam as obras no museu? Fossem coches...
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PORTO. ELÉCTRICOS NA LINHA 7 EM S. MAMEDE DE INFESTA 1930

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Old October 26th, 2011, 08:06 PM   #213
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116 anos dos Eléctricos do Porto (12 de Setembro 1895-2011)

116º Aniversário dos Eléctricos no Porto

1-361 no terminús da linha 10// em Gondomar
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2-A linha 9 foi encerrada em 1967. Nesta foto está o 283 no terminús da linha em Ermesinde. Fotografia de P. Eaton de Setembro de 1960.
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3-500. O último carro eléctrico a ser construído. Nesta foto de Setembro de 1960 de P. Eaton vê-se esta carro a prestar serviço na linha 20 (Constituição via Palácio) encerrada em 1968.
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4-Eléctrico em São Pedro da Cova (minas de carvão)
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5-O 187 no terminús da linha 10/ em São Pedro da Cova. À esquerda, a linha para as minas.
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6-Nesta foto de P. Eaton de Setembro de 1960 vê-se o 255 no terminús da linha 10 em Rio Tinto.
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7-A baixa do Porto com muitos eléctricos. 1958. No ano seguinte começaria o encerramento de linhas.
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8-Eléctrico 299 descendo a Rua dos Clérigos.
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9-Eléctrico subindo a Rua dos Clérigos.
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a foto nr 4 é um perigo... yaics....!!

neste ultima a torre que se ve ao fundo é o jn ou o hotel infante?
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Zorra que fazia o transporte do carvão entre S.Pedro da Cova e o Porto
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Não pode ser o Jn, pois a trindade fica bem mais para a esquerda... A linha das minas: O Souto está irreconhecível!
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Não pode ser o Jn, pois a trindade fica bem mais para a esquerda... A linha das minas: O Souto está irreconhecível!
pois é... jn nao dá
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Old October 28th, 2011, 10:19 AM   #218
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Excelentes fotos, Pedromg94!!!
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Old November 9th, 2011, 09:09 PM   #220
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É a torre do coliseu do porto.


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