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Seashore Trolley Museum 6/25/2015 Part 2



by Chris Guenzler

Now we shall look around this museum some more.





United States Department of Transportation SOAC-1 rapid transit car.





MTBA 0623 built by the 1978 Hawker-Siddeley Canada in 1978.





Wheeling Traction Co. 639 bult by the Cincinnati Car Co. in 1924.





Connecticut Co 838 built by the J. M. Jones in 1905 .





MBTA 3400 built by the MTBA in 1971.





Unknown wooden trolley car.





Montreal Tramways Co. 2 built by the Montreal St. Ry. in 1906.





Connecticut Co. 1160 built by the John Stephenson Car Co. in 1906.





DC Transit 1304 built by St. Louis Car Company in 1941.





Cleveland Ry 1227 built by the G. C. Kuhlman Car Co. in 1914.





Atlantic Shore Line Steeple Cab Locomotive100 bult by the Laconia Car Co. in 1906.





Sydney Tramways 1700 built by Meadowbank Manufacturing Company in 1925.





Trolley Spreader.





North Shore Railroad Trolley 755 bult by the Standard Steel Car Co. in 1930.





Track speeder. Now we will go inside the restoration shop.





Portland Lewiston International 'Narcissus' Trolley 14 bult by the Laconia Car Co. in 1912.





Blackpool Corporation 144 built by the Blackpool Corp.Doubledeck trolley in 1925.





Two views inside the restoration shop.





Unknown trolley car.





Twin City Rapid Transit Co. 1267 built by the Transit Supply Co in 1907.





The restoration shop.





Museum view.





MBTA Subway Cars 01450 built by the Pullman-Standard Car Co. in 1958.





MTA: New York City Transit Car 9327 Subway Series 2000 built by the St. Louis Car Co. in 1964.





Subway Car 7370 built by American Car and Foundry in 1957.





Lehigh Valley Transit Co. Liberty Bell Limited 1030 built by the American Car & Foundry Co. in 1931.





Chicago, Aurora & Elgin 434 built by the Cincinnati Car Co. in 1927.





Boston Elevated Ry. 396 built by the St. Louis Car Co. in 1900.





City of Manchester 60 built by the Laconia Car Co. in 1895.





Bidderford & Saco Railway Company 31 built by the J. G. Brill Co. in 1900.





Brooklyn Rapid Transit 4547 built by the Jewett Car Co. in 1906.





California Street Cable Railroad Cable Car 48 built by the Holman Car Co. in 1907.





ATAC Rome, Italy Four Wheel Tram Car 279 built by Tabanelli in 1914.





Union Street Railway New Bedford, MA United States Railway Post Office Car 34.





Union St. Ry. Oxford Village Union Street Railway Company Horse Car 10 built by the J. G. Brill Co. in 1885.





Glasgow Corporation Transport 1274 built by the Glasgow Corp.in 1940.





Wood Interurban Car 610 built by Ottawa Car Company in 1922 .





Chicago, Aurora & Elgin Railroad 434 built by the Cincinnati Car Co. in 1927.





Montreal and Southern Counties Railway Express Car 564.





One more view of the City of Manchester.





WMATA Bus 6481 built by General Motors Corp. in 1964





Maine Bus Gator 870.





Greater Portland Transit District 504 built by GM in 1950.





Toronto Transit Commission 7521 built by Flyer Industries in 1972





A Police Bus.





Public Service of New Jersey K514 built by General Motors Corp. in 1965.





Omaha Transit Co 1312 built by Twin Coach in 1947.





Hamilton Street Railway Co Bus 518203 built by General Motors Corp. in 1982.





Bus 305.





MBTA 4013 built by Flyer Industries in 1976.





San Francisco Transit Bus H12.





Bus 777.





Bus 401 on the right.





Bus 401 on the left.





A covered bus.





Buses 350 and 336.





GMC Bus.





Bus views.





Car House views.





Montreal & Southern Counties 621 built by the 1930 Ottawa Car Co. in 1930.





Baltimore Transit Co. 6144 built by the J. G. Brill Co.. in 1930.





MBTA 3019 built by the Pullman-Standard Car Co. in 1941.





Trolley car unknown.





Korea Electric Co. 352 built by the Cincinnati Car Co. in 1927.





Pittsburgh Railways 1440 built by the St. Louis Car Co. in 1924.





North Shore Line 420 built by the Pullman Car Co. in 1928.





Doubledeck Trolley car 185.





York Utilities Co. 82 built by the American Car Co. in 1919.





Trolley car unknown.





Snowplow Trolley.





Trolley car unknown.





MBTA 3424 built by Boeing Vertol in 1977.





Trolley car unknown.





Trolley car unknown.





Waterville, Fairfield & Oakland 60 built by Wason Manufacturing Co. in 1922.





Montreal Tramways Co. 957 built by Ottawa Car Co. in 1911.





Trolley car unknown.





Crandic trolley car 118 built by the Cincinnati Car Co. in 1930





MBTA 0504 built by Industrial Works in 1903.





Los Angeles Railways 521 built by St. Louis Car Company in 1906.





City Transit Company 376 built by the Pullman-Standard Car Co. in 1924.





An old truck.




Unknown trolley car.





Another bus.





Unknown trolley car.





A covered bus.





MTBA 3019 built by the Pullman-Standard Car Co. in 1914.





A lost bus.





Buses 6400 and TL 1941 653 built by FBW/EGGLI/BBC in 1964.





Subway car.





The Track Department.





Oshawa Ry. Freight Motor 300 built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1920. With those pictues, it is time for us to leave. We started our trek back to the rental car.







We walked by our Trolley Crews and thanked them for a great visit to their unique museum. I thanked the person who gave us the tickets. We walked out into the parking lot.





There were a few more buses but it was time time to go. A special thank you to the Seashore Trolley Museum for having us here today. We drove out to the Tollway and took Interstate 95 south through New Hampshire and into Massachusetts and drove to our last stop of the day at Lowell.



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