Despite her rollsign, Dallas car 434 will never again go downtown. Rather, she'll make the run between the visitor center and turning loop. On this warm March afternoon, 434 was being used for m... (more)
A look inside Seashore's restoration shop reveals three cars in as many stages of restoration. Philly Transit's 1912-built Brill car #6618 at left is essentially complete, but in need of some cos... (more)
Car 631 was built by New York's Third Avenue Railway System in 1939 and served the Big Apple until after World War II. Then, under the Marshall Plan, she was sent to Austria, where she served in ... (more)
"Where The Magic Happens." Inside the Seashore Trolley Museum restoration shop on a rainy spring day finds trolley car 4175 under restoration along with the vintage tools that make the preservatio... (more)
This 15-Bench Open Trolley Car was built by the J.G Brill Company in 1901 for the Winchester Avenue Railway in New Haven CT as Car #303. After several mergers and acquisitions, it was retired as ... (more)
One of the most unique trolley cars in existence is Montreal Street Railway Open Car #2. This car has tiered seating and has controls at one end only. It was built in 1906 and operated in the s... (more)
View from #957's cab after an expert park job placed it within inches of the rear of 1267 as both trolleys wait for the last departure of the day.
#957 rounds the loop past 'C' tower.
A museum voulenteer at the controls of #1267 as it heads down the main line.
#4387 is retired back to the active duty barn at the end of the day.
#957 sits with museum sister #1267 on the loop awaiting passengers for a doublehead run.
Cab view of #957, note the bottle of Moxie.
Car #957 is tested in front of the Riverside carbarn.
Control stand and farebox of the Liberty Bell Limited.