MBTA car 3087 pauses at Valley Rd, enroute to Ashmont. Since it was a holiday with long headways between trains, there was just one car doing laps back and forth.
An MBTA trolley departs Capen St station, crossing its namesake street in the suburbs of Boston.
The one that wears its original clothes. San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency/Market Street Railway PCC 1071 is seen tuning onto Noe Street from Market Street on the afternoon of April 4,... (more)
Former PTC/SEPTA PCC 2134 once served the city streets of Philadelphia, but now serves ice cream at the Trolley Car Diner & Deli in the Germantown neighborhood of Philadelphia, PA. The diner annou... (more)
As delivered! Brooklyn PCC 1001, the first production PCC was ready to roll for "Museum In Motion" (a.ka. Trolley Parade) at the Shore Line Trolley Museum on Saturday, July 27, 2019. Thi... (more)
Ready to roll! Over forty volunteers assisted in bringing together "Museum In Motion" (a.ka. Trolley Parade) at the Shore Line Trolley Museum on Saturday, July 27, 2019. Twenty three pie... (more)
One of the cornerstones of the Shore Line Trolley Museum collection in East Haven, CT is former Brooklyn-Queens Transit PCC 1001. This was car ended its career under operation from the City Of New... (more)
PCC waiting for green light before turning to Jones st. Terminal
All kinds of tribute to the past. SFMTA 1011 was built in 1948 by the St. Louis Car Company as a double-ended PCC, and subsequently rebuilt by the Brookville Compnay. But is painted to honor the o... (more)