'Prams and pushchairs rode out front, without the occupants of course. Like travelling first class in an aeroplane, the prams always arrived first. On the odd occasion when a tram failed to stop behind a tram in front, the results were fatal for the pram.’
‘Even the cable cars catered for pushchairs and prams. An obliging male passenger, with a cigarette in his mouth, places a cane pram on a rear pram hook of a Roslyn cable tram at the city terminal in Rattray Street, while the mother negotiates the cable car steps into the small rear saloon with baby and bag tucked under her arm'.
Source: From Rails to Rubber by Graham Stewart