Restaurant street-car ATMosfera
Enjoy a dinner onboard of Restaurant Street-car ATMosfera. To make you live a unique experience in the most exclusive spot that moves around the city!
Imagine to combine magic and beauty that pervade you when you visit Milan at night, the charm and emotion to seat on the "timeless" seats of an old Carrelli and the pleasure to taste excellent food and sip on fine wine.
All this is ATMosfera1 and ATMosfera2:
the two Restaurant street-cars plated ATM that allow you to enjoy an exclusive dinner in a particular environment where class, refinement, and elegance accompany you at the discovery of the charming city of Milan during the day and at night. A colonial atmosphere that reminds of “Orient Express” will be the background of an alternative lunch, a romantic dinner, a business meeting where it will be possible to taste particular dishes from Milan and other cities, prepared by internationally renowned chefs.
DURING 2012, ATMOSFERA 1 & ATMOSFERA 2 WILL BE CLOSED FROM JULY 31ST UNTIL AUGUST 30TH AND ON DECEMBER 25TH.
History of the street-car type 1928
1927: the first prototype was conceived, street-car 1501 followed in 1928 by a second prototype registered with number 1502. The order of the 2 prototypes was entrusted to the Milanese firm Carminati e Toselli who built them within a very short period of time.
1928/1930: vehicles were built (from 1503 to 2002), with riveted metal frames.
1931: a rear half door was added to facilitate passengers’ drop off. The station of the ticket seller was moved nearby the front door, between the second and third window and the ticket was paid when getting on.
1943: the bombings of August destroyed the majority of vehicles; when the second world war ended, almost all “1928” models were re-built, thanks to their sturdy steel body, which survived the flames.
1970: the street-car is no longer green but is painted in bright orange; the pantograph substitutes the “perteghetta” which is the trolley with wheels.
2007: ATM returns the “carrelli” to the city of Milan, with the original livery in yellow colour, free of advertising.
- Length: 13.890 mm
- Width: 2.350 mm
- Height: 3.230 mm
- Weight: dead weight 15,000 kg
- with full load 23,500 kg