The South Shore's sole line car, CSS 1100, is seen headed east past a string of recently acquired former BN F45s staged in Burnham Yard. Built in 1926 as a parlor car for the Indiana Service Corp... (more)
MBTA trolley line car 3283, seen here at the Reservoir carhouse, was built in 1949 for the Boston Elevated Railway and lasted in MBTA service until 2007. It was built with a wooden body to help in... (more)
The South Shore line car trails a maintenance train heading west down 11th Street in Michigan City, Ind.
A Beautiful Line Car CSS&SB Line Car 1100 was rebuilt in 1947 from Indiana Railroad #376. It now resides at the Illinois Railway Museum.
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The NS&T was the last survivor of Canada's true Interurban systems, and lasted until 1959 operating on the Niagara peninsula. This MOW car is a forerunner to today's snorkel apparatus used in ove... (more)
It had an insulated, probably raisable, platform to stand on to repair the overhead wire. It was both highway and rail capable. It looked pretty dead at the end of 1963. T. A. Coons wrote me: Tha... (more)
With the tourist season over for the Shore Line Trolley Museum, this line car is tightening the wires above the track. Originally from Ottawa, Canada, it has an insulated platform, allowing work o... (more)