At present the whereabouts of the Roll of Honour which is presumed to have existed at the Depot of the North Melbourne and Essendon Tramways and Electric Light Company is not known.
I have attempted to re-create that Roll of Honour with the names of the men in my database who had tramways related occupations.
If any other local men are known to have worked with the NMET& EL Co, I would be very interested to hear of it.
UPDATE: Information from a reliable source suggests that some of the occupations - gripman and motorman - related to cable trams, which in 1915 were still operating between the city and Flemington Bridge, where they met the NMET&L trams. The list on the website is therefore probably not exclusive to the NMET&L Co.
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