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.

They are all raised into a ceiling pocket of within the roof of the car.

Trolley # 311 shows the effects of an undercar electrical resistor fire, while still operating in Johnstown during 1959.

On October 6, 1960, Trolley # 311 left Johnstown for Rockhill Furnace aboard a Kovalchick Salvage trailer.

Even before the restoration of the trolley was complete, the car became the first operating trolley at any established trolley museum in Pennsylvania.

Electric heaters under the seats help keep the passengers warm.

Trolley #355 is at the Roxbury loop when Pepsi Cola was just a nickel. This is the as-built look of the car when it had a different looking dash, a fender and a different headlight.

The exterior windows are from one side of the trolley.