Take a tractor-tram tour up through the vineyards for a close-up look at biodynamic farming.
Every few minutes a tram trundles through the shopping centre.
But what's equally important are the links to regional, commuter, subway and tram services that enable a door-to-door journey.
If you want to beat the rush on a powder day, get a guide and hop on the tram before the lifts open.
We rode the tram during rush hour in the years before the subway stop.
Don't take the tram up if you plan on staying until closing.
Traffic is heavy in town, so stroll the streets or take a guided tram tour.
Visitors ascend to the top of the tower in a railway tram car that runs on a cable on the outside of the rear of the tower.
The second tour features a town, tram and trek package.
Be sure to note where you parked before you leave your car to board the parking lot tram or walk into an attraction.
British Dictionary definitions for tram
Also called tramcar. an electrically driven public transport vehicle that runs on rails let into the surface of the road, power usually being taken from an overhead wire US and Canadian names streetcar, trolley car
a small vehicle on rails for carrying loads in a mine; tub
C16 (in the sense: shaft of a cart): probably from Low German traam beam; compare Old Norse thrömr, Middle Dutch traem beam, tooth of a rake
(machinery) a fine adjustment that ensures correct function or alignment
verb trams, tramming, trammed
(transitive) to adjust (a mechanism) to a fine degree of accuracy
C19: short for trammel
(in weaving) a weft yarn of two or more twisted strands of silk
C17: from French trame, from Latin trāma; related to Latin trāns across, trāmes footpath
c.1500, "beam or shaft of a barrow or sledge," also "a barrow or truck body" (1516), Scottish, originally in reference to the iron trucks used in coal mines, probably from Middle Flemish tram "beam, handle of a barrow, bar, rung," a North Sea Gmc. word of unknown origin. The sense of "track for a barrow, tramway" is first recorded 1826; that of "streetcar" is first recorded 1860. Tram-car is attested from 1873.