On Thursday, January 5, Brownlee Trucking helped the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum move four trolleys to covered long-term storage at the Reliance building.
Two of the cars, 067 and M37, had been stored in the back of the Trolley Display Building. The other two, M1 and 325/T-15, had been stored in the Artifact Preservation Building.
The purpose of the move was to prepare the Trolley Display Building as a self-guided exhibit space for visitors when the Museum opens the new Welcome and Education Center later this year. There will be more space for interpretation, exhibits, and the operational trolley fleet.
Check out a video of the move below!