You thought horse drawn trams are in the distant past? You were wrong. The Australian town of Victor Harbor, Australia has one of those.
Victor Harbor is known not only for its unique tram, but also for a granite island that is connected to the mainland by a 630-meter-long bridge. And this is where the tram runs. The island is the habitat of the smallest species of penguins. And that’s the main tourist attraction. The tram carries up to fifty passengers. The first horse drawn tram appeared here in 1894.