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The Melbourne Tram Museum at the Hawthorne Depot traces the history of trams and the development of the iconic tramways in Melbourne.
The Melbourne Tram Museum at the Hawthorne Depot traces the history of trams and the development of the iconic tramways in Melbourne. On display are heritage tramcars and related memorabilia.
8 Wallen Rd, Hawthorn VIC 3122, Australia
+61 3 9819 9522
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