Friday, June 16, 2006


We cross the busy main street with its lorries, cars and trams trundling past and head into the modern part of Tallinn.

There is some building work going on near what we later discover is the Tallinn post office. These modern glass and concrete structures don't really reveal that inside are shopping centres and offices, so uninvited we don't venture in.

At first I thought this was actually a trolley-bus but a commentator has corrected me.


JuhaK said...

In your picture is a tram, not a trolley-bus. Trolley-bus is like a normal gasoline-driven bus, but it takes ist power from electric kabels abowe street and is powered witch electricity motors. said...

same trams are in serbia also! :)