back in Hong Kong, the trams are still rolling. Built in the early 1900s, the trams have been one very stable mode of transportation on the island, stretching almost the entire length of the island on the harbor side. They are rather cramped inside, but they are double decked, giving the upstairs riders a nice view of the city. In this image, a tram takes a curve near the seat of Hong Kong government and the Legco building. Legco being the proper term for Legislative Council. The image was made a dusk which accounts for the very bluish shadows. I was photographing from a flyover that eventually leads to The Bank of China building.

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