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Empire Tram 381
It is a semi-compulsory bogie-type tracked vehicle manufactured by a Japanese automobile company in Japan. It was a tram that actually operated downtown Seoul from 1930 to 1968.
It was exhibited at the Seoul Children's Grand Park after the tram was stopped. In 2007, it was acquired by the Seoul Museum of History and after a one-year preservation process, it has been exhibited outside the museum since 2009. As one of the two remaining streetcars in Seoul, it is rare and has great historical value as a relic that shows the transportation methods and culture of Seoul in the mid-20th century.