It is hoped that locomotives L2 and L3 will become the property of the museum.
The Timisoara tramway museum may be visited on request. Details are as follows: Muzeul Tramvaielor Timisoara Bulevardul Take Ionescu 56, Timisoara Tel.
The line was extended to Gara de Nord, and the system subsequently developed to connect the rapidly expanding residential districts and factories of Iosefin, Elisabetin and Fabric, with electrific trams being introduced in 1899.
Tramway constructions and workings have been a feature of Timisoara ever since.
They have been involved in promoting the museum services and preservation of the former Arad-Podgoria Electric Railways.
the establishing of the tramway museum together with RATT at the Bulevard Take Ionescu depot, and organsising historic tram services and private tram tours on the Timisoara system. Vienna platform wagons with snow ploughs for departmental use (6010 - Rohrbacher 1906; 6411 - Graf u. Please note that these vehicles may sometimes be at other locations, especially while track rebuilding is in progress.
During the first world war the tracks from Timisoara Est station south into Fabric, through Piata Traian to the factories around Calea Buziasulu,i were strengthened to take freight traffic.
Les actions de l’association sont regroupées en trois pôles : l’animation du Plan Local, les relations avec les entreprises et le développement des clauses sociales.Tramway tours including tours of systems with special or historic vehicles for groups of enthusiasts can be organised through our recommended agents.They can also organise tram tours of Timisoara for individuals, and visits to the Ghirioc depot of the Podgoria Electric Railway, while trips on the 'Shepherds' tram from Sibiu to Rasinari are often included in the Another Europe holiday programmes..The network expanded in line with the growth of the city's industrial facilities and residential districts.It extended north and east via Piata Traian into Fabric and to Timisoara-Est station (1909-1915), north from Cetate into the Mehala district (1923) , then west from there to Ronat (1948).