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Ahh... the childhood memories! (I was back in my home town two years ago... but still.)
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Thanks for posting these, I love the trams! Just curious, what percentage of the trams have these ads versus the traditional green color? In May 2006, I don't remember seeing any that weren't green. Is this something they've started since 2006?
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Thanks for posting these, I love the trams! Just curious, what percentage of the trams have these ads versus the traditional green color? In May 2006, I don't remember seeing any that weren't green. Is this something they've started since 2006?
They vary with the economy. Now I rarely see a green tram. Almost all of them have full-body ads. 1 particular tram (#120) has a retro-feel and still has the traditional banner ads with green underlying reminiscent of what tram ads were like in the old days.
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Hi hk,

Is there any particular tram route(s) that offers a better urban scenic route than any other?
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Is there any particular tram route(s) that offers a better urban scenic route than any other?
Well, there are very few tram routes to begin with. Most of the different routes run along sections of the same line, except the Happy Valley loop. The Central - Wan Chai leg is quite good while anything beyond Causeway Bay is mostly residential.

The approach into the North Point terminus passes through a wet market, which is quite an interesting sight.
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