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.




Photo Date: December 7, 1958.



Photo Date: December 2, 1990.



December 9, 2005

After many months of searching, we are pleased to announce that we have closed a deal to acquire a knuckle boom truck to supplement our fleet of equipment for maintenance and repair. The truck is a 1981 GMC Brigadier chassis with a Detroit Diesel 6-71 engine. It has an IMT folding crane, air compressor, tool boxes, torch bottle racks, and 16 foot bed. The truck had been driven from Tennessee and traded in to Curry Supply Co., a reputable builder of custom service trucks about an hour west of our museum. We expect this new item to quickly become an indispensable tool.

Our new boom truck should be on the property after the holidays.

Rockhill Trolley Musuem Photo

Rockhill Trolley Museum is happy to announce its plans to acquire a 1981 vintage Light Rail Vehicle, a U2 Light Rail Vehicle formerly used in San Diego, California on a system popularly known as the San Diego Trolley, to make its collection more relevant to younger generations.

The acquisition of this vehicle would not be possible without the support of UTCRAS (www.utcras.com) of Morton, Pennsylvania.

View the Press Release.

Support the Acquisition.

Rockhill Trolley Musuem Photo

Photos by Matt Nawn

Rockhill Trolley Musuem Photo
Rockhill Trolley Musuem Photo
Rockhill Trolley Museum Photo

Click HERE to contribute to our fundraising campaign for newly-acquired San Diego Trolly U2 LRV #1019.

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