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65 jaar elektrische tram in Den Haag, 1904-1969 by R.F. de Bock1
Museumtrams in Nederland by F. van der Gragt2
De elektrische tram in en om Utrecht by Jan Reeskamp3
VAN 1 TOT 37; korte geschiedenis van 50 Haagse tramlijnen by R.F. de Bock4
70 Jaar elektrische tram in Amsterdam, 1900-1970 by C. van Mechelen5
De elektrische trams van Rotterdam by W.H. Schoonaard6
De elektrische trams van Groningen, Arnhem en Nijmegen by J. Mulder7
De ' Blauwe Tram' van 1924-1961 by L.J.P. Albers8
De elektrische stadstrams op Java by H.J.A. Duparc9
Elektrische trams in Twente, Zuid-Limburg en Zeeland (De) by R. Stamkot10
De Gooische stoomtram en andere lijnen in het Gooi by W.I. Engel11
Stoomtrams van Friesland en N.W. Overijssel (De) by L. Bijkerk12
De stoomtrams in en om Den Haag en Gouda by R.F. de Bock14
De stoomtrams van Drenthe en Oost-Groningen by H. Zandbergen15
De stoomtrams op de Zuid-Hollandse eilanden en in Zeeland by A. Dijkers16
De Amsterdamse paardetrams by H.J.A. Duparc17
Stoomtrams in het centrum van Nederland by H. de Herder18
Stoomtrams van Wadden tot IJ by W.I. Engel19
De Rotterdamse paardetrams by H.P. Kaper20
Voorlopers van de "Blauwe tram" by J.J. van Helden21
De geschiedenis van de Amsterdamse elektrische tramlijnen by P. H. Kiers22
De paardetrams in Noord- en Oostnederland by T Olthoff23
De Haagse paardetrams by R.F. de Bock24
De geschiedenis van de Rotterdamse elektrische tramlijnen by H.M.R.A. Solle25
Motortrams by H. G. Hesselink26
Paardetrams in het westen van Nederland by A. Dijkers27
Paardetrams in het westen van Nederland by A. Dijkers27
Stoomtrams in Gelderland by H. G. Hesselink28
Paardetrams in Het Centrum en Het Zuiden van Nederland by H.J.A. Duparc29
De Stoomtrams van Noord-Brabant by W.J.M. Leideritz30
De Westlandsche stoomtram by J.C. van Hartingsveldt31

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