The Electric City Trolley Museum's 1932 built Philadelphia Suburban Transportation Co. No. 80 exits the 4747 foot long Crown Avenue Tunnel, one of the longest interurban tunnels ever built. PSTC ... (more)
The Electric City Trolley Museums 1932 built Philadelphia Suburban Transportation Co. No. 80 departs from Steamtown for a short excursion along the former Lackawanna & Wyoming Valley Laurel Line) ... (more)
During the Washington County Fair you can take the trolley from the parking lot to the fair. What better way to get to the fair!
A pair of retired trolleys is shown on display outside the Electric City Trolley Museum in Scranton, PA. This museum sits opposite the Steamtown National Historic Site.
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