Trams in Piran
There was only one line, which had a length of 5,444 metres (3.38 mi). The building of the tramline in 1912 cost 150,000 Austro-Hungarian kronen. There were five red passenger trams that could carry up to 40 people and reached up to speeds of 26 km/h (16 mph). The electricity for the tram was produced by a plant at the nearby St. Bernardin.
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