Richfol Shelter, PA Trolley Museum

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cuzinbruce on June 19, 2010

Visitors can take a 4 mile ride which begins and ends here at the Richfol Shelter. Shelters of this design were built and placed along the connection built in 1908 from the Washington & Canonsburg Railway at Canonsburg to Washington Junction on the Charleroi Interurban line in Bethel. Car 66 is a center entrance car built by JG Brill in 1926 for the Philadelphia & West Chester Traction Company. This car was acquired by the museum in 1970 and restored to its 1950 appearance. For more information about the museum go to www.patrolley.org.

Adam Elmquist on April 7, 2013

Great photo df3vi PA does have quit a bit of RR museums, Pennsylvania is a state with rich railroading history..

df3vi on April 8, 2013

Oh yes it is, Adam. I've also been at the PA Railway museum in Strasburg, Steamtown Scranton, Altoona and did ride the East Broad Top at Orbisonia.

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  • Uploaded on June 30, 2009
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