Victor Harbour in South Australia is home to what is probably the only surviving horse drawn tramway in the world. On top of that, the service operates 365 days a year. Here is Tram 1 waiting to leave the Harbour in July 2005.
Tram 1 at the terminus of the route, Granite Island. The service for tourists was started by South Australian Railways in 1894, though the line hauled freight for nearly fifty years before then. The area was home to several horse drawn tram services at the turn of the century.
Tram 2 is seen tucked away in the depot adjacent to the Victor harbour terminus.