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The resort is also considering a new boot-pack route to offer skiers and riders a way to climb Lone Peak from the top of Dakota lift, bypassing the tram.
Tram cars often ran along the middle of the street, with barely room for a vehicle to pass on either side.
Tram cars were numerous and children played everywherePg 140 with utter unconcern for the vehicles which crowded the streets.
In London, for instance, certain tramway companies double the tram-fares on Sundays.
She walked to Merrion Gates along the tram line about four miles, when she was stopped by sentries.
How often I would watch some tram-car, some string of barges go from me slowly out of sight.
THE NEW MACHIAVELLIHERBERT GEORGE WELLS
I never, in train or tram or 'bus, set off my vacation of my seat for a woman against the bow or thanks I might receive.
For think of it: here was no twopenny ride on a clanging tram through naked, unshaded streets before they could reach the sea.
MUSHROOM TOWNOLIVER ONIONS
We go to the top of a very wide main street to await the tram which is to take us to the Pyramids.
The driver of the tram, seeing Mary in its path, put on the brakes sharply.
MARY GRAYKATHARINE TYNAN

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