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The Tramways of the Alpes-Maritimes in south east France were built at the start of the 20th century, but most had closed down by the 30s. They covered the mountainous area to the north of Nice. They were all electrified eventually, and freight was also conveyed in wagons.
The original power cars were all 2 axle Brill units, of 3 types, 2nd class only, 1st class with a luggage compartment, and a luggage only unut. These often worked in pairs, and could pull coaches and wagons.
Bogie automotrices were later introduced , but despite improving comfort did not halt the increase in road usage.