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Restoration Continues

Trolley Car No. 93 Moves Into Jamestown Gateway Train Station

December 23, 2013
The Post-Journal

The Jamestown Street Railway Trolley Car No. 93 is shown being moved into the Jamestown Gateway Train Station along East Second Street. The trolley was moved to the train station to be restored by volunteers. Bob Johnston, who started the restoration project in the 1990s, said $16,000 has been raised through the years to renovate the trolley car. Before being moved to the train station, it was sitting in a city Parks Department garage. For more information on the trolley car or to make a donation, visit jamestowntrolley.org/trolrest/trolr5.html.

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