|Length|| 14,500 mm|
|Width|| 2,400 mm|
|Height|| 3,050 mm|
|Maximum power||160 kW|
|Passenger capacity||26 seats|
Tatra T1 tram sign atach produced in 1952 to 1958 plants ČKD in Prague in Czechoslovakia. During the Czechoslovakia. During the six-year production period six-year production period produced 287 trams of the production produced 287 trams of this type. This is the first model of tram Tatra cars.
T1 is a one-way construction railcar equipped with three doors, and collector current pałąkowego type(in atach 60 exchanged for pantograph). The concept comes from the U.S. construction specifications PCC. Inside, instead of the seats were placed inside instead of the oblong wooden seats were placed oblong wooden benches. On the front of the car was placed a single reflector, and the shared glass front, over an array of directional assembled a red five-star. A car is sometimes called the iron (žehlička).
|Trams manufactured by ČKD Tatra|
|Normal trams:||T1 • T2 • T3 • T4 • T5A5 • T5B6 • T5C5 • T6A2 • T6A5 • T6B5 • T6C5 • T7B5|
|Articulated trams:||K1 • K2 • K5 • KT4 • KT8D5|
|Low-floor trams:||RT6N1 • RT6S • RT8M|