Historical Images

Here are some images of our cars throughout history. Click on any image for a larger version. Choose different cars from the drop-down list to see a particular car's historical photos.




On Friday, June 23rd, 2006, our volunteers performed an official 'final inspection' of Johnstown 355 at the contractor's shop and approved its restoration.

A dilapidated Johnstown 355 on Washington St in Johnstown in 1960, not long before its arrival at our museum.

Photo: B Rohrbeck



Sister car to the musuem's D-39.

Courtesy Philadelphia Rapid Transit Inventory Photos.

Photo ca. 1912.



Sister car to the musuem's D-39.

Courtesy Philadelphia Rapid Transit Inventory Photos.

Photo date March 2, 1919.



This view is of the car fully restored at the Minnesota Streetcar Museum. This is how the museum's #6 (TCRT #325) looked when new.

Photo is courtesy of Minnesota Streetcar Museum.



Photo is courtesy of Minnesota Streetcar Museum.

Rockhill Trolley Museum Photo

This photo shows NJT PCC#6 in its configuration as Twin City Rapid Transit #325. This is believed to be a pre-revenue service test run in December 1946, and may be the oldest shot of #6/#325 in existence.

Courtesy of the collection of Minnesota Streetcar Museum





We've done some roster maintenance of late, website-wise:

Matt Nawn has completed a brief history of Freight Motor #402 for our Roster page and contributed some new historical views of NJT PCC #6 (née Twin City Rapid Transit #325).

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