Around The Circumnavigators Club. Named “Brady” when it was built by Pullman Standard for the Pullman Company in 1917, the car would be rebuilt as a sleeper/buffet/observation car and r... (more)
On The Platform. Western Railway Museum’s Operator Roger Bergmans poses for a moment on the open platform of Salt Lake and Utah 751 before returning it to the carbarn on the afternoon of ... (more)
The New Yorkers. Key System/Richmond Shipyard Railway cars 561 and 563 (Gilbert Car Company of Troy, New York, 1887) were built for service on the elevated Manhattan Railway in New York, Ne... (more)
A Roger Puta photograph
This ex-Manhattan Railway car found its way to the West Coast during WW2, when it operated on the Shipyard Railway.
Looking north at the one of the WRM's maintenance shops, with equipment outside including Visalia Electric 502 and one of SF Muni's first modern LRV's.
Key System Bridge Car 187 pauses to switch ends at the end of the run at Gum Grove on the Western Railway Museum's former SN trackage.
Key System streetcar 352 and 'Bridge' car 187 bask in the morning sun, before their first runs of the weekend.
A Key System night lineup has Bridge Unit 182 flanked by Key streetcars 271 and 352.