|THE BEGINNING OF THE CENTURY|
The Kiev tram scenes of the beginning of the 20th century, when the tram was the only kind of public transportation in the city. From Aleksandrovskiy Spusk (Descent) to Kreschatik, Fundukleevskaya, Lvovskaya... few people even know that trams used to run there. All the more interesting will it be to recall this.
|UNDER THE GERMANS|
Unique pictures from the period of the second German occupation of Kiev (1941–1943). Photos depicting not only cars, but tram lines as well, are presented.
|JULY 1959: AN EYWITNESS ACCOUNT|
Pictures more than forty years old, by Raymond De Groote, Jr. Shots of amazing quality feature Vladimirskaya St., the line to the Lavra, and much more...
|1970s: THE END OF A BEAUTIFUL EPOCH|
Depicted here are cityscapes with trams that many of us still remember, but a good part of which — from the old town to the left ban — are no more.
|1985: ON THE EVE OF CHANGE|
Pictures by Gordon Stewart feature the tram network of Kiev at near its maximum size. The still-fresh speed tram line, the historic route 8 in its last years, trams on Obolon and on the left bank.