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The Elektrische Museumtramlijn or Electric Tramline Museum displays a unique collection of historic restored trams from several cities including Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Vienna, Den Haag, Groningen, Utrecht, Graz and Prague.
The Elektrische Museumtramlijn or Electric Tramline Museum displays a unique collection of historic restored trams from several cities including Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Vienna, Den Haag, Groningen, Utrecht, Graz and Prague. On Sundays in spring and summer, you can take a ride on the vintage trams, which travel on a 7 km long route from Haarlemmermeerstation to Amstelveen Bovenkerk along the edge of the Amsterdamse Bos.
Amstelveenseweg 264, 1075 Amsterdam, Netherlands
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