Milton, Boston, MA. No. 3263 is a "Wartime" PCC trolley built by Pullman-Standard in 1945-46. The background buildings were once the factory for Baker's Chocolate. It is a interesting se... (more)
Inbound PCC car at Milton, birthplace of both President George HW Bush, and my three-greats grandmother.
Taken at the one grade crossing on the Mattapan High Speed Line, an Ashmount bound inbound car is clanging through to alert local motorists.
A rebuilt PCC car passes by old factor buildings in downtown Milton. The area between the tracks and the water includes the former New Haven ROW from its Old Colony RR branch.
A rolling piece of history, PCC car 3238 rolls into the Central Ave stop, still going strong moving commuters in 2013.