Red Arrow Lines Ardmore car does little to disturb a quiet neighbor hood on the way to its destination. The car is a PCC based interurban car, built by St. Louis Car Co. in 1949.
Philadelphia Suburban Transportation No. 80, a Master Brill Unit, emerges from the Crown Avenue Tunnel in South Scranton, Pa., as it heads back to its carbarn at Montage Mountain. The right-of-way... (more)
Motorman John Sheerin is at the controls of Philadelphia Suburban Transportation No. 80 as it passes through the mile-long tunnel beneath Crown Avenue on the old Laurel Line in Scranton, Pa.
A Roger Puta photograph
Motorman calling for instructions. A Roger Puta photograph
Incorrect roll sign. A Roger Puta photograph
Car 165 was a Brill built Strafford Car and 202 was Brill Bullet. 165 was on a fan trip and 202 was a regularly scheduled car. A Roger Puta photograph
Liberty Liner "Independence Hall" returns from the end of the line heading back to the Rockhill Trolley Museum on the former Shade Gap Branch of the East Broad Top.
It's an all-Red Arrow reunion as Liberty Liner "Independence Hall" is joined by Brill Bullet car No. 205 for a night scene at the Rockhill Trolley Museum. Both cars operated on the Norri... (more)
Restored Philadelphia Traction Company (ex SEPTA) PCC 2743 waits to be loaded onto a flatbed truck for the return to Rockhill Trolley Museum, in Rockhill, Pa. The 2743 was restored by the craftsma... (more)