The exhibition on the history of transport is the NTM’s largest exhibition.
Before construction began on the final leg of the extension in 2008, the entire network was made up of 69.7 km of track.
The trams are operated by the City of Brno, Dopravní podnik města Brna (DPMB).
Both routes were operated only during the summer months.
Brno is Czech Republic’s second largest city ideally located on the crossroads of Vienna (Austria), Bratislava (Slovakia) and Czech’s capital city Prague.
In the Brno dialect of the Czech language, the word for tram is ‘šalina’.
The origins of this word can be traced to the German expression ‘Elektrische Linie’ (electric lines).
Its route ran to Lažanskýplatz (now called Moravské náměstí, or Moravian Square) in the north of the city center, which was still at the time an independent municipality known as Královo Pole.
Its operator was the 'Brno Tramway Society' for passenger and cargo transportation.
Mine exhibition in Chrustenice colliery Many unique exhibits from the glorious period of mining and quarry mining in this area have been assembled in hundreds of metres of corridors.
A ride aboard a mine train is part of the exhibition tour.
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