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The Copenhagen tram system was a tramway network in service from 22 October 1863 - 22 April 1972 in and around Copenhagen, Denmark.
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S-train (Copenhagen)

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Copenhagen also had an expanding commuter rail service, the S-train, which had expanded greatly over the preceding decades.

Nørrebrohallen

It was formerly known as Nørrebro Remise (English: Nørrebro Roundhouse) because it worked as a roundhouse for the now defunkt Copenhagen Tram until 1972 when all tram activities stopped.

Husum (Copenhagen)

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The area became served by trams in 1924 when Line 5 was extended.

Skjoldenæsholm Tram Museum

1.5 km tramway is used for trams from Copenhagen, Odense, Malmö, Oslo, Prague, Düsseldorf, Rostock, Hamburg, den Haag, Oslo and Melbourne.

Frederiksberg Runddel

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On 22 October 1863, the English-owned Copenhagen Railway Company opened the first tram line in Copenhagen which ran from Frederiksberg Runddel along Frederiksberg Allé and present day Strøget to Sankt Annæ Plads in the city centre.

Trianglen, Copenhagen

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Strandvejen Steam Tramway Company opened a route between Trianglen and Klampenborg in 1884 but it was discontinued in 1892.

Tram

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The Copenhagen tram system was a tramway network in service from 22 October 1863 - 22 April 1972 in and around Copenhagen, Denmark.

Copenhagen

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The Copenhagen tram system was a tramway network in service from 22 October 1863 - 22 April 1972 in and around Copenhagen, Denmark.

Denmark

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The Copenhagen tram system was a tramway network in service from 22 October 1863 - 22 April 1972 in and around Copenhagen, Denmark.

Horsecar

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The first lines were horse-drawn trams which were replaced in the 1880s by steam-powered tramways.

Bus

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The system was closed on April 22, 1972 at a time when streetcar systems across Europe and North America were being closed because they were not seen as a modern transportation solution and they were largely replaced by buses and private automobiles.

Copenhagen Metro

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Teddy Østerlin Koch has since argued that the removal of the trams was a mistake, as modernised trams were more economical than reported in the city's evaluations of the time, and that an updated tram system would have been cheaper, more timely, better for the environment, and more effective at transporting large volumes of passengers than the solutions eventually implemented: building a Copenhagen metro (opened 30 years after closure of tram system) and expanding the bus network.

Hovedstadens Letbane

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After a 40-year absence, plans are now underway to build a new light rail line in Copenhagen between Lundtofte and Ishøj, scheduled for completion by 2020.

Lundtofte

After a 40-year absence, plans are now underway to build a new light rail line in Copenhagen between Lundtofte and Ishøj, scheduled for completion by 2020.

Ishøj

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After a 40-year absence, plans are now underway to build a new light rail line in Copenhagen between Lundtofte and Ishøj, scheduled for completion by 2020.