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San Jose Trolley Museum

Prakash Tendulkar


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Kelley Park in San Jose is a home of San Jose Historical Trolley Museum. Out of 6 restored trolleys, 4 were operating on the loop in San Jose downtown. #1 and #124 were operating in Kelley Park, home of Trolley Museum. #7, a horse drawn trolley and #148 rest in a barn and are rarely used.

#168 closely resembles to one model of our old Tram in Mumbai.

In addition, they have two restored gasoline powered maintenance vehicles plus one maintenance vehicle made up of two bicycles. HO gauge model railroad runs a trolley, too.

Click here to go to their official web-site. It offers history and technical specifications of six restored electric trolleys.

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