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The Connecticut Electric Railway Museum Trip and Visit 6/28/2015 Part 2



by Chris Guenzler

We took a second ride this time on the New Orleans Public Service, Inc. 836 built in 1922 by the Perley-Thomas Car Company.





We had brake problems on this trip.





We did make it back to the front of the museum. Now I will walk around this trolley museum.





Connecticut Transit 608 built in 1979 by the Grumman Transit bus model 870.





Montreal Tramways Open Observation Car 4 built in 1924 by the Montreal Tramways Company.





Boston Elevated Railway 5645 built 1923 by the Laconia Car Company.





Fair Haven & Westville Railroad Co. 355 built in 1902 by the J. G. Brill Company.





Springfield Electric Railway 16 built in 1926 by the Wason Manufacturing Company.





Two museum views.





Hartford Bradley International Airport rubber tired vehicle.





Ponemah Mills S-193 "C" built in 1895 Electric freight locomotive (has been converted into a line car and renumbered S-193).





Delaware & Hudson Railroad (D&H) hopper car 2782 built in 1940.





New Jersey Transit PCC Car 15 built in 1946 by the St. Louis Car Company.





Unknown X-1Wooden Boxcar Boston & Maine Railroad





Chessie System (C&O) 28853 built in 1959 by the Pullman-Standard Boxcar Company.





Unknown trolley.





Corbin E2 built in 1907 by the Baldwin-Westinghouse Company Battery-powered electric switching locomotive.





Dismantled freight engine.




Chicago, North Shore & Milwaukee Railroad 162 built in 1915 by the J. G. Brill Company.





Unnumbered trolleys.





Hartford Electric Light Company 1 built in 1949 by the General Electric Company Diesel-electric switching locomotive.







Oshawa Railways 18 built in 1918 by the Baldwin-Westinghouse Company Steeple cab electric freight locomotive.









Unnumbered and unnamed trolleys.





Chicago, Aurora & Elgin Railroad 303 built in 1906 by the Niles Car & Manufacturing Company.





Unknown trolley.





Museum view.





Fire Engines inside the Connecticut Fire Museum.





Unknown buses.





Connecticut Company 1739 built in 1918 by the Wason Manufacturing Company.





Connecticut Company 1739 built in 1918 by the Wason Manufacturing Company and Connecticut Company Snow sweeper 0206 built in 1910 by the Connecticut Company.





Connecticut Company snow sweeper 0206 built in 1910 by the Connecticut Company.





Unnamed trolley.





Unknown wooden caboose.





Bangor & Aroostook Railroad wooden caboose C-47 built in 1915 by the American Car & Foundry Company.





Capital Transit (Washington, D.C.) snow sweeper 010 built in 1899 by the McGuire-Cummings Manufacturing Company.





New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad 2765 built in 1908 by the Odgood-Bradley Car Company Wooden combine passenger car.





Swift Refrigerator Line (SLRX) Refrigerator car 25015 built in 1954.





Museum view.





Boston & Maine Railroad (BM) Pullman Boxcar 76426 built in 1957.





United Tank Car Lines (GATX) tank car 75701 built in 1920.





United States Army 7926 built in 1944 by the General Electric Company Center cab diesel-electric freight locomotive.





Reading Railroad steel caboose 94024 built in 1944 by International Car Company.





New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad (NH) flat car 414944 .





Durbin & Greenbrier Valley Railroad LEV 2 built in 1980 as a Leyland Diesel-hydraulic passenger car.





Museum view. with that we walked back to the Teresalee Bertinuson Visitor Center. There I bought a T-shirt and gave the girl one of my cards.





One last view of the Connecticut Trolley Museum. A special thank you to the Connecticut Trolley Museum for having us here today. Next we drove to Springfield, Mass for my next part of the trip.



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