Tram routes in Glasgow, 1938.
In the 1930s Glasgow had a superb tram service which extended up to 15 miles from the city centre. This route map was published specially to show visitors to the city how to travel to the Empire Exhibition at Bellahouston Park by tram. All the staff working on trams to Bellahouston were issued with special white-topped caps to make identification simpler.
Reproduced with the permission of Glasgow City Council, Glasgow Museums
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