Trams of Australia
Here is Sydney's classic tram. It is a two-bogie toastrack, or all crossbench seating tram. There had been earlier, smaller toastrack trams on the Sydney system, notably the unusual E-class, and the N-class, but this was the design which really took off. The seating is part open, part closed (ie. with doors).
The tram also introduced four-motor, equal wheel drive (some years ahead of Melbourne's L-class, which did the same there) and in addition, it was equipped for multiple unit control.
A number of accident damaged O-class cars were re-built to resemble the newer P-class, even before the first P cars had been built.
 Thanks to Greg Sutherland for the picture of tram 1111.
 Thanks to Ian Stevens and the Sydney Tramway Museum for the other picture.