ATTS "Tram Tuesdays"
ATTS "Tram Tuesdays"

Bimonthly international cycle of videoconferences, on Tuesday evenings, always at 9.00 pm (21.00 hours CET=GMT+1 in Winter / 21.00 hours CEST=GMT+2 in Summer).

Topics: Tramways and other transport modes worldwide (history, technique, modern and vintage images).


You can connect as early as 8.45 pm by accessing the "waiting room".
Participation is reserved for ATTS members (in good standing with the payment of membership fee for the current year), as well as for outsiders with a personal invitation.
To receive a personal invitation, please write to: "This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it."  
Videoconferences are held on the Zoom platform (https://zoom.us/), which can be used both via personal computer and via smartphone app. The download is free. The access data (meeting id and passcode) are communicated via email within the previous days. 
Some of the presentations are held in English, some others are held in Italian with notes in English.
For any questions you can contact us at the email address: "This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it."">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it."
Few but fundamental rules for participation: you must enter your name and surname (no nicknames allowed).
Your microphone has to be muted during presentation, in order to avoid any noise.
At the end of each presentation, we will strongly appreciate all your questions and suggestions.

Calendar of upcoming videoconferences

 
10 october 2023 21.00 CEST (GMT+2) Francia
Corrado Borazzo
TRAMWAYS IN GRENOBLE-FRANCE (in Italian with notes in English)
 
24 october 2023 21.00 CEST (GMT+2) Paesi Bassi
Ralph Munzenmayer
AMSTERDAM'S TRAMWAYS 
(in English)
 
7 november 2023 21.00 CET (GMT+1) Regno Unito
Hugh Mc.Aulay
TROLLEYBUSES OF NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE , U.K. (in English)
 
21 november 21.00 CET (GMT+1) Spagna
Inaki Barron de Angoiti
TRAM PRESERVATION IN SPAIN (in English)
 
5 december 2023 21.00 CET (GMT+1) Portogallo
Francisca Andrade
THE PORTO TRAM MUSEUM-PORTUGAL (in English)
 
23 january 2024 21.00 CET (GMT+1)  Egitto
Michael Russell
TRAMWAYS IN ALEXANDRIA, EGYPT (in English)
 
6 february 2024 21.00 CET (GMT+1) India
Lars F. Richter
TRAMWAYS IN KOLKATA, INDIA(in English)
 
20 february 2024 21.00 CET (GMT+1) Francia
José Banaudo
RACK RAILWAYS AND FUNICULARS IN THE MARITIME ALPS, FRANCE(in Italian with notes in English)
 
5 march 2024 21.00 CET (GMT+1) Cekia Slovacchia
Alan Murray-Rust
TRAMWAYS OF CZECHIA AND SLOVAKIA (in English)
 
19 march 2024 21.00 CET (GMT+1)Italia
Claudio Serra
ALBERTO LAVIOSA: THE "GUIDOVIA DELLA GUARDIA" AND OTHER PROGRESS IN PUBLIC TRANSPORTS (in Italian with notes in English)
 
 
16 april 2024 21.00 CEST (GMT+2) Regno Unito
Mike Ballinger
THE NATIONAL TRAMWAY MUSEUM, CRICH, U.K. (in English)
 
 
List of past videoconferences

All video-meetings are saved on youtube. Viewing of the recordings is reserved for ATTS members. Instructions for subscription are available on our website: www.atts.to.it/en/association.
Here is a list of the past international presentations (normally spoken in English and/or with English texts):

Jan. 2021: TROLLEYBUSES IN BRITAIN (Michael Russell)
Feb. & Jul. 2021: SAN FRANCISCO'S F-LINE, U.S.A. (Peter Herlich)
Feb. 2021: TRAMWAYS OF THE FRENCH MARITIME ALPS, FRANCE (José Banaudo)
Mar. 2021: THE GOLDEN AGE OF TRAMWAYS 1900-1930 (Roberto Cambursano)
Mar. 2021: TRAMWAYS IN BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA (Ernesto Falzone)
Apr. 2021: TRAMWAYS IN ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS (Bas Schenk)
Apr. 2021: THE TRAM IN GENOA, HOW IT WAS AND HOW IT SHOULD HAVE BEEN, ITALY (Fiorenzo Pampolini)
May 2021: BOLOGNA TRAMS FROM 1904 TO 2026, ITALY (Roberto Amori)
Jun. 2021: TRAM EXPANSION IN MUNICH, GERMANY (Luca Giannitti)
Jul. 2021: TRAMWAYS IN LYON, FRANCE (Enrico Fedeli)
Sep. 2021: THE FUTURE OF THE TROLLEYBUS (Arnd Baetzner)
Oct. 2021: FUNICULARS AND RACK RAILWAYS IN GENOA, ITALY (Claudio Serra)
Oct. 2021: URBAN TROLLEYBUSES IN TURIN, ITALY (Antonio Accattatis)
Nov. 2021: TRAM-TRAIN IN LUGANO, SWITZERLAND (Giovanni Mantovani)
Nov. 2021 & Jan 2022: TRAMWAYS OF RUSSIA (Michael Russell)
Nov. 2021: THE SWAN SONG OF THE TRAMWAY 1930-1945 (Roberto Cambursano)
Dec. 2021: THE MUSEUM-RAILWAY BLONAY-CHAMBY, SWITZERLAND (Martin Gut)
Feb. 2022: PCC, THE AMAZING STREAMLINED STREETCAR (Tony Schill)
Feb. 2022: TRAMS AND TROLLEYBUSES OF UKRAINE (Lars F. Richter)
Mar. 2022: TRAMS BEYOND THE IRON CURTAIN, DDR 1974 (Alan Murray-Rust)
Mar. 2022: GLASGOW'S TRAMWAYS AND ITS TRAMCARS, U.K. (Hugh Mc.Aulay)
Mar. 2022: THE GENOA-CASELLA RAILWAY, ITALY (Claudio Serra)
Apr. 2022: THE ISLE OF MAN TRANSPORT SYSTEM (Jan Longworth)
May 2022: TROLLEYBUSES AROUND TURIN, ITALY (Giovanni Zampa)
May 2022: URBAN TRAMWAYS HISTORY IN TURIN, ITALY (Antonio Accattatis)
May 2022: TRAMWAYS AT COLD WAR TIMES 1945-1975 (Roberto Cambursano)
Jun. 2022: NANCY: FROM TRAM-ON-TYRES TO TROLLEYBUS, FRANCE (Pierre Debano)
Jun. 2022: TIMISOARA'S TRAMWAYS 1869-1990, ROMANIA (Silviu Danescu)
Sep. 2022: TURIN TRAMCARS OUT OF THEIR INLAND NETWORK, ITALY (Luca Giannitti)
Oct. 2022: TRAMWAYS IN HONG KONG, CHINA (Corrado Borazzo)
Oct. 2022: TURIN INTERURBAN TRAMWAYS, ITALY (Antonio Accattatis)
Nov. 2022: TRAMWAYS IN SOUTH TYROL, ITALY (Mario Forni)
Nov. 2022: BLACKPOOL'S TRAMWAYS, U.K. (Michael Russell)
Dec. 2022: PUBLIC TRANSPORT IN ZURICH, SWITZERLAND (Martin Gut)
Dec. 2022: TRAMWAYS OF JAPAN (Jack May)
Jan. 2023: THE MONOPHASE INTERURBANS OF THE MARITIME ALPS, FRANCE (José Banaudo)
Feb. 2023: WORK TRAMS AROUND THE WORLD (Lars Richter)
Feb. 2023: TRAM DEVELOPMENTS IN ROME, ITALY (Giovanni Mantovani)
Mar. 2023: THE TRAM IN ART (Tommaso Garosci)
Mar. 2023: TROLLEYBUSES IN LIGURIA, ITALY (Claudio Serra)
Apr. 2023: TORONTO'S STREETCAR HERITAGE, CANADA (Ted Wickson)
Apr. 2023: 150 YEARS OF TRAMS IN BRUSSELS, BELGIUM (Luc Koenot)
May 2023: TRAMWAYS OF THE MERSEY AREA, U.K. (Charles Roberts)
May 2023: TRAMWAYS OF PORTUGAL 1975-2001 (Alan Murray-Rust)
May 2023: THE TRAMWAY'S RENAISSANCE: 1975-2000 (Roberto Cambursano)
Jun. 2023: WELLINGTON TRANSIT HISTORY, NEW ZEALAND (Mike Mellor)
Jun. 2023: TRAMWAYS IN KRAKOW, POLAND (Jakub Taczanowski)
Sep. 2023: TWO-AXLE TRAMS IN WESTERN GERMANY (Stefan Mink)

 

 

 

 

 

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    Atts, Turin's Historical Tramways Association is a non-profit association open to private individuals and public institutions. It was founded in 2005 to promote the tramway as an historical and cultural resource for the city, besides being a durable and environmentally friendly means of transport. It is partner of Gtt - Gruppo Torinese Trasporti , with the aim to create a "running tramway museum" where historical tramcars do not lie still in a depot but run every day, offering to both visitors and residents the emotion of a unique trip through culture and history.

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Do you know...?

  • The streetcar 116 is over 100 years old: it was built in the year 1911!

Sono un tram di Torino

Category
Mostre
Date
Tuesday, 05 September 2023 10:00 - 19:00
Venue
Stazione Sassi - Piazza Gustavo Modena, 6
10132 Torino TO, Italia
Email
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Da sabato 8 aprile a domenica 17 settembre 2023, presso la sala Martiny della stazione Sassi (piazza Gustavo Modena 6 - Torino), durante l'orario di servizio della tranvia Sassi-Superga sarà possibile visitare la mostra di acquerelli a cura di Tommaso Garosci (Associazione Torinese Tram Storici).
 
È un gesto quotidiano, salire su un tram per andare a lavorare, a scuola, a trovare amici o parenti, ma anche al cinema o a teatro, a fare la spesa o tornare a casa dopo una giornata faticosa o spensierata. Ma il tram che usiamo tutti i giorni ha una storia, e un suo punto di vista, che vale la pena di conoscere.
 
Evento realizzato in collaborazione con GTT Gruppo Torinese Trasporti .
 
Si ringrazia l'Unione Filatelica Subalpina per il supporto tecnico.
 
 

All Dates

  • From Saturday, 08 April 2023 10:00 to Sunday, 17 September 2023 19:00
    Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday

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