THE BELGIAN COASTAL TRAM
The Belgian Coastal Tram was built 125 years ago and is the longest single tram line in the world. Today the Coastal Tram carries millions of coastal residents and visitors to work, to the station, the beach or to go shopping. This tramline sets an international example for the development of sustainable mobility.
The impact of the Coastal Tram on the development of the Belgian coast and coastal tourism is not to be underestimated. This book provides an overview of the rich history of the Coastal Tram from 1885 to the present and is complemented with chapters on architectural heritage, everyday tram life, the future of the tram in terms of sustainable mobility, tram design and the Coastal Tram as an icon.
- ISBN: 978-90-209-8854-3
- Marc Reynebeau, Bernard Dewulf, Georges Allaert, Bart Van der Herten, Jeroen Cornilly, et al.,with photos by Michiel Hendryckx
- Published by Lannoo and De Lijn
- 208 pagina's
- 280 mm (h) x 240 mm (b) x 24 mm (d)
- 1.184 kg