Tram Scrolls Australia is pleased to announce that we have just added 6 more destinations to the ever popular
Australia at one time had one of the worlds largest tram services with large services in most of Australia’s main towns, the largest networks were in Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide. However due to demand at the time many of these tram services were eventually discontinued to make way for automotive transport (cars!). Only Melbourne and to a lesser extent Adelaide still maintain these trams services.
These vintage destination blinds were commonplace in the 1950’s to 1960’s and were used to display the end-of-the-line on old buses, trams & trains. The recreated scrolls look great and attention has been paid to keep them looking as genuine as possible.
The Bus / Tram scroll collection add a strong vintage feel to any room and make a unique talking point. This modern take on the original vintage tram banners are stylish artworks made with the best products on the market.
Our tram banner canvas print range now includes: Pyrmont to Five Dock, Narrabeen to Manly, Byron bay to Lennox Head, Watsons Bay to Maroubra, Glenelg to Prospect, Palm Beach to Narrabeen, Cronulla to Como, Geelong to Port ferry, The Spit to Milsons Point, Port Melbourne to Camberwell, Freemantle to North Beach, London stops, Paris tourist bus stops, Melbourne stops such as Fitzroy and Showgrounds and the famous Bronte Tram route from Circular Quay to Bronte via Bondi.
These quality Bus route canvas prints can also be made to order using any specification your require, we can print any size and any shape. WE ONLY CHARGE $30 FOR YOU TO CREATE YOUR OWN TRAM AND BUS ART. To customize a Tram blind print just email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Tram Scrolls Australia offers unmatched quality combined with unbeatable prices. Compare our premium quality bus and tram scrolls with any other company and we guarantee you’ll come right back.
We use Canson Archival (museum grade) canvas, Epson Wide format printers and Ultrachrome UV resistant Giclee inks, the canvas prints are then mounted on a chunky kiln dried timber frame that is warp proof, the final product is then delivered ready to hang straight on the wall.