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If there is one thing that unites Melbourne, it’s happy memories of our beloved and often eccentric tram conductors.
Today’s Victorian Postcard from Phillip Schemnitz salutes our trams and the conductors who, for 112 years, sold tickets and sometimes kept us amused.
Phillip Schemnitz is an architect who writes…although sometimes he wonders if he is a writer who architects. In both occupations, he pursues and creates forms of beauty, at the micro and macro level.
He is currently writing his debut novel, set in Melbourne and Italy, two of his great loves.
This article first appeared on www.abc.net.au
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