Trolleybuses in Esslingen am Neckar

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Esslingen am Neckar
trolleybus system
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A Van Hool AG300T trolleybus at the Stuttgart-Obertürkheim terminus, 2007.
Operation
Locale Esslingen am Neckar, Germany
Open10 July 1944 (1944-07-10)
StatusOpen
Routes2
Operator(s)Städtischer Verkehrsbetrieb Esslingen am Neckar (SVE)
Infrastructure
Electrification 600 V DC
Stock9
Overview
System map, 2010. Karte des Oberleitungsbus Esslingen.png
System map, 2010.
Website Städtischer Verkehrsbetrieb Esslingen (in German)

The Esslingen am Neckar trolleybus system serves the city of Esslingen am Neckar, in the Land of Baden-Württemberg, Germany.

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Opened on 10 July 1944, the system had two lines, and nine trolleybuses, [1] as at 2011.

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References

  1. "Vehicles list: Esslingen, trolleybuses". Urban Electric Transit . Retrieved 15 September 2011.External link in |work= (help)

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