Facts and Figures

System Type Tourist Trolley
Year Opened
# of Lines 1
# of Cars
Gauge Std
Power Generator
Fare Media Cash
Data Date
1st Visit 8/2001
Last Visit 8/2001
% Rode 100%

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Issaquah Trolley

This city operated a tourist trolley back in 2001 as a test. It operated from the downtown train station on about a 1/2 mile of track. Eventually this line may be 2 miles long. The trolley pictured below was on lease from the City of Yakima Washington and has since been returned of Yakima. The organization has restored two trolleys to operation that they acquired. One is a similar car to the one shown below that was acquired from Aspen CO.   

issaquah03.jpg (456940 bytes)The former Oporto Portugal car is at the main terminus of the line (8/18/01 dig.) issaquah02.jpg (358005 bytes)Passengers are boarding the car via a bridge gap. (8/18/01)
issaquah04.jpg (369113 bytes)This car is a Brill product and has held up well. (8/18/01) The car with its generator car is inside the car barn being built.(8/18/01)
Exterior of the car barn. (8/18/01) Milan car outside the carbarn (7/3/10)
Car barn with a Aspen Porto car inside (7/3/10) Milan car outside the carbarn (7/3/10)
Milan car outside the carbarn (7/3/10) Former Northern Pacific Railroad station (7/3/10)

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