|Length|| 15,200 mm|
|Width|| 2,500 mm|
|Height|| 3,050 mm|
|Maximum power||160 kW|
|Passenger capacity||25 seats (T2SU: 38)|
75 standing (T2SU: 56)
Tatra T2 - that sign tram produced in the years 1955 to 1962 at the premises of CKD in Prague in the Czech Republic (then Czechoslovakia).
T2 is a unidirectional railcar, equipped with three folding doors. The concept of building comes from the U.S. specification PCC and is a development model of T1. Compared to its predecessor, the wagon box and the extended position motorniczego improved. Placed at the front of the car surrounded by a single spotlight decorative chrome bar (called "Stalin's mustache). The biggest drawback was the large mass of the wagon so soon began the construction of a new model of T3.
Tatra T2 have been operated only in Czechoslovakia (Bratislava, Brno, Kosice, Liberec, Most and Litvínov, Olomouc, Ostrava, Pilsen, Prague, Ústí nad Labem). Currently T2 trams can be found only in the service line in Liberec (upgraded copies), and as cars are also on duty in Brno. Two prototypes are exhibits in the museum of communication Střešovicach in Prague.
For the Soviet Union produced a variety T2SU with two pairs of folding doors and more seats .
|Bratislava||1959 - 1962||66||0||66|
|Ústí nad Labem||1960-1962||18||0||18|
|Rostov on Don||1958-1959||0||40||40|
|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|