Car Preservation & Restoration

Here are some images of our car acquisition, preservation and restoration activities. Choose different cars from the drop-down list to see a particular car's restoration photos. Most of the time, clicking on an image will result in a larger version being displayed.

The trucks were carried in the gondola.

With the end of the car placed directly on the tractor, it was its own trailer.

All the sections of the Liner are loaded on the trailers while the trucks remain on the track before they are loaded on a separate trailer.

Photo Date: April 1, 1982.

The caravan made for a strange sight along route 30 as they traveled to the museum in Rockhill Furnace.

A strange sight in Orbisonia while car 1009 is ready to make the turn at the traffic light onto Meadow St. and complete the trip. to the museum. Photo Date: July 8, 1986.

The Rockhill Trolley Museum is happy to announce the acquisition of former New Jersey Transit/Transport New Jersey/Public Service Coordinated Transport PCC Car #6. This historic car was acquired from New Jersey Transit via the Friends of the New Jersey Transportation Heritage Center for preservation, display, and public operation at the museum’s location in the Allegheny Mountains of south-central Pennsylvania.

View the NJT 6 Official Press Release.

To contribute to the acquisition fund for NJT #6, please click here.

For more information about NJT PCC Car #6, please visit its roster page.