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Tram Going Up A Steep Hill Puzzle Details:

About: The history of trams, streetcars or trolley systems, began in early nineteenth century. The world's first passenger tram was the Swansea and Mumbles Railway, in Wales, UK. This first horse-drawn passenger tramway started operating in 1807. The first streetcar in America, developed by John Stephenson, began service in the year 1832. The world's first electric tram line operated in Sestroretsk near Saint Petersburg, Russia, invented and tested by Fyodor Pirotsky in 1880. So what are you waiting for? Click start and jump aboard the streetcar featured in today's puzzle and let's get to the top of the steep hill together. Have fun!
Puzzle Of The Day On: 05/Feb/2018

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