Luckily, public transport (the tram) is brilliantly efficient, cost-effective, and blissfully above ground.
Eva and Adele, the Art Couple, were on my tram, both in high-collared baby-pink dresses.
By day you'll be coerced to hike "the Peak" (I like the tram, thank you) for a quiet view of Kowloon.
For the next stage of the journey was forty miles across a salt desert in a tram drawn by a camel.
A tram approached and crossed behind them with a mighty rumble.
Most of the tram lines of the city start from the Nelson Pillar, so we had only to cross the street to the starting point.
As we waited for the tram, someone said, "Would you like to see Kali?"
Presently, from the tram terminus I saw advancing the familiar gaunt figure of Lackaday.
However, as soon as I stepped out of the tram, I knew at once where I was.
The tram driver and his helper—arrested by the sight of his furious haste—stood staring with the tram horses unhitched.
c.1500, "beam or shaft of a barrow or sledge," also "a barrow or truck body" (1510s), Scottish, originally in reference to the iron trucks used in coal mines, probably from Middle Flemish tram "beam, handle of a barrow, bar, rung," a North Sea Germanic word of unknown origin. The sense of "track for a barrow, tramway" is first recorded 1826; that of "streetcar" is first recorded 1860. Tram-car is attested from 1873.