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According to official measurements, the lubricant can decrease the loudness of a riding tram from 86 d B to 61 d B.The webcam stream is captured using an Axis Q3505-VE camera with HD quality at 60fps.
Providing a new perspective on the city of Prague was not in the original job description for Tram 5572.
Unique Czech tram travels around the city of Prague. Rather, ensures that all the other trams ride as smoothly as possible - by oiling the rails along its way.
Tatra T3 tram number 5572 now has one more function: it provides an unexpected look at the 1000 year old city.
One ticket for an adult from Harrachov to Szklarska Poreby costs approximately 8 PLN.
During the summer season, this "pearl of our railways" is used, mostly on weekends, to organize popular nostalgic travels by historical sets of carriages.
Check out this live video streaming Prague web cam in the heart of the Czech Republic capital city of Prague overlooking the historic Old Town Square in the city centre of Prague - capital city of the Czech Republic.
This unique railway line is interesting not only for its unique structural design but for its rich history as well.First tests in 2015 showed that the new lubricant (Head Lub 90) is beneficial for steel-on-steel contact.It lowers the resistance while also making the ride quiter as well.The route from Tanvald to Harrachov boasts about interesting artificial structures such as, among others, five tunnels the longest of which measures 940 metres, preserved 4.43 km long double-rail Abt rack in the axis of the track on a seven-kilometre section between Tanvald and Koenov overcoming a height difference of 235 metres with rising gradient up to 58 per mille being the largest in the Czech Republic.From the protected Koenov railway station (701 m a.s.l.), the railway line continues through a horseshoe-shaped curve over a 26-metre high bridge above the Jizera river and passes thus from the Jizera Mountains to the Giant Mountains.It became a regular destination for the admirers of railroads and technical monuments from all across Europe and the section between Tanvald and Koenov was declared a cultural monument by the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic in 1992.