Nos: 746 - 802, 1280 - 1329 (107 cars)
Introduced: 1908 - 1913
Last withdrawn: 1956
Electrics: 2 x 50hp motors
Size: length 8.89 m
Seating/Crush load: 50??/??
This tram was a single truck all crossbench design, with closed
compartments at one
end and open seating at the other. It was rather like a short, single-truck
version of the O-class tram, which was introduced at around the same time.
Preserved K-class trams
763 and 797, which were converted to scrubbers 138s and 139s
in 1952/3, and were then
sold to Melbourne in 1959, becoming scrubbers 10 and 11 there.
Still in service (now called 10W and 11W), these trams are the
oldest vehicles of
any type in routine use in Australia. 
- No. 1295, at the Sydney Tramway Museum,
- No. 1296, at the Sydney Tramway Museum
 Thanks to Dewi Williams for the scrubber tram
picture, taken in William St. Melbourne in 1991
 Thanks to Greg Sutherland, email@example.com, for
the other pictures on this page.