Typical sight on Hong Kong Island. Trams share the road with buses and cars, blocks of tall buildings stand beside the road and the tramways, and trams wearing different colorful advertisments...
The trams are adding colours to the concrete jungle of Central District. Spot the difference between the second Tram 159 and others. The tram is being controlled by its rear driving cab and is r... (more)
It's not only mass transport, but also an interesting attraction of various paint scheme along the street.
Double-deck tramcars provide more comfortable and convenience traveling experience in Hong Kong Island.
The tram for Happy Valley running outside a preserved and renovated old building, and there is a newly built high-rise residential block beside.
Trams coexist with cars, trucks, buses and pedestrians on the crowded streets of Hong Kong.
Running outside the oldest builings in Hong Kong.
One of three "Millennium" New Trams which has a streamlined design.
Trams are queued at the end of the line where they will turn on a loop and travel west along the northern edge of Hong Kong Island.
Tram 120 was built to the design of the previous generation of trams dating from 1949. It is the only "heritage" tram in used in normal traffic.
Advertising livery of "Centenary of Hong Kong Trams" special stamps.