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.
Former Chicago, Shoth Shore and South Bend heavyweight MU car.
Control stand and farebox of the Liberty Bell Limited.
The Liberty Bell Limited was a plushly furnished luxury interurban running from Philly to Allentown in the 1940's.
Vintage GRS dwarf semaphore signal is in service at the Seashore Trolley Museum. This signal governs trains leaving the station loop.
Car #838 approaches the station and the museum's very own double slip switch.
Former Boston elevated 'C' tower on display at Seashore.
Former Montreal streetcar #957 is tested before making a "service" run.
#957 pulls out while the working GRS dwarf semaphore displays a stop and proceed signal.