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The GT8N-1 is the second generation of low-floor tramcars in Bremen.
Its task is to replace older GT4 Wegmann vehicles and to provide increased comfort for BSAG passengers.
The end section bogies are driven, which is why it was not possible to create a low floor above them as elsewhere in the car. The GT8N-1 is based on Bombardier's FLEXITY Classic modular tramcar concept.
Vehicles of this type run in several cities in Germany as well as in Poland and Australia.
today's line 2 partly follows the trajectory of that horse line.
Both companies extended their network, and lines were opened to Freihafen (1888), Hohentor (1889) and Arsterdamm (1880/1884).
Their main difference from the prototype is that they have four sections instead of three, hence offering more space and so more beneficial for wheelchair users.
It consists of three sections with a total of four bogies.
Two of these support the middle section of the car, while the two end sections are carried by a bogie each.
In 1890, the line from the Stock Echange to the Bürgerweide exhibition grounds was electrified as a trial for the duration of an exhibition.
Once the exhibition had ended, the overhead line equipment was removed, but the system had worked so well that it was decided to electrify all tramways.