Remains of the Birmingham Corporation Tramways

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Birmingham Corporation Tramways was a network of tramways in Birmingham from 1904 until 1953. The tramway was the largest narrow-gauge tramway in the UK. It was also the largest tramway network after London, Glasgow and Manchester.

What's left today:
Some of the tram depots can still be seen today, but a small section of track can also be seen. The small section of track is located on Edmund Street.

The link below is a picture of the section of track that remains
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Birmingham_Corporation_Tramways#/media/File:Remains_of_tram_track_in_Edmund_Street,_Birmingham.JPG
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