Detroit United RailwayClosed
City: Detroit (United States).
Track gauge: 1435 mm (standard gauge).
Closed: April 8, 1956.
The tram network consisted of 20 tram lines when it had the most lines (before 1956).
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Select: Grand Circus Park, and Renaissance Center.
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