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Christchurch

had a heritage system for a while which has recently been upgraded to a simple public transport system through an increase in frequency. '''''Randolph''''' was a 664-ton ship-rigged (Full rigged ship) merchant vessel constructed in 1849 in Sunderland (Sunderland, Tyne and Wear). She was one of the first four ships to settle Christchurch, New Zealand (the other three were ''Cressy (Cressy (ship))'', '' Sir George Seymour (ship) Sir George


Australia

, and to a lesser extent, Adelaide, all other major cities having largely dismantled their networks by the 1970s. Sydney reintroduced its tram (Trams in Sydney) in 1997 as a modern system (Metro Light Rail), while Ballarat and Christchurch reintroduced their trams as heritage systems. Bendigo (Trams in Bendigo) had a heritage system for a while which has recently been upgraded to a simple public transport system through an increase in frequency. Since its launch in the United


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