If you are anything like us here at “The Wildwood Video Archive” you are just crazy about the Wildwoods. You are so crazy about the Wildwoods that you want to learn everything you can about them. Not only the history of the Island and the Boardwalk but also the history of the motels, neon signs and etc.  We dug up some facts about The Wildwood Tram Car and want to see if you know your history. Take the The Wildwood Tram Car Quiz

This is how it works! Just like in school we are going to give you a little test. We won’t make it that hard. What we will do it write most of the fact about the Tram car and all you need to do it fill in the blank. For some I know it will be difficult but take a guess. I will include the answer key at the bottom of the article. Do your self a favor and don’t cheat! When your done share it with a friend and see how they do. Post your results below.

Good Luck!

 

 

1. The five original electric Tram Car trains were custom built for the 1939 ______________’s Fair.

2. During the Sightseer Tram Car’s time at the fair, they were called _____  _________  Trains.
3. In _____ ,Wildwood Businessman Gilbert Ramagosa purchased the Sightseer Tram Car trains and put them into service.
4. The Sightseer Tram Cars were first put into service on The Wildwood Boardwalk on June __, ______.

5. The original fare price for the Sightseer Tram Car was ______ each way.

6. From 1963 until 2007, _____ the Sightseer Tram Car trains serviced the Wildwoods Boardwalk.
7. Each new Sightseer Tram Car trailer costs approximately $______ to build and outfit.
8. The Sightseer Tram Cars can run for up to ____ hours on a single charge.
9. The Sightseer Tram Car’s electric batteries weight up to ______ pounds.
10. The Sightseer Tram Cars carry approximately _______ people annually.

HERE ARE THE ANSWERS

 



About The Author

My name is Joey Contino. I am a big lover of anything Wildwood. I have lived and worked in Wildwood my whole life. I worked jobs from working on the beach renting umbrellas and chairs to being a supervisor at Morey’s Piers. Wildwood is my life and my home!

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