Here's another view of the "crime scene" but the tram pîctured here is a different one (obviously moving in the opposite direction )
I showed this thread to my my Czech girlfriend, who used to live in Prague for quite some years and knows a LOT about Anthropoid (she showed me all the places). According to her this tram is actually moving in the "right" direction, meaning it be probably the very tram we're talking about at the assassination. Here is what she told me (I quote):
"Because "Pankrac" Sign is in the front, because it might still be the one passing just seconds later and the car behind moves too quickly - if it were moving, they would crash. And you know how it looks in there, I think the house was up there, not down the street.
I think it is still the original tram which was stopped there, and the one was going in the same direction.
But I'm just guessing."
And if you have a look at the pantograph (is that the right word for the device to get the energy from the cables above to the actual vehicle?) it also indicates the Tram moving into the direction of the viewer (which is down the street, it means, on the picture Heydrichs car must have been on the left just outside the picture). What do you think?