Happy Museum Day! The Shore Line Trolley Museum was born on the shores of the Farm River, separating East Haven, CT and Branford, CT. Years of flooding had constantly caused problems with restorat... (more)
Unmounted. Former Connecticut Company Car 855 (Wason, 1905) had been on static display at the Quality Inn on Frontage Road in East Haven, Connecticut for many years until September 29, 2020 when i... (more)
A quick visit to the The Shore Line Trolley Museum on Sunday, July 21, 2019 shows how the grounds of the museum have changed radically in the past few years. The foreground has seen significant cl... (more)
Brooklyn Rapid Transit car 4573 at the Shore Line Trolley Museum. 4573 was built by the Laconia Car Company in 1906.
A restoration project that has been very far under the radar is the former IRT 'Mineola' 3352. The private car of August Belmont and the only know private subway car in the United States, it sat w... (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)
BREA trolley #357 accepts a new load of passengers at the Sprague station.
BREA trolley #357 lays over at the Sprague station at the end of its run.