I originally posted information about Antique Powerland on my website in a PLACES page on November 23, 2007 and last updated it on December 18, 2009. I am posting the railroad-related information here, with pictures and information from the 2010 Great Oregon Steam-Up. All of my information about Antique Powerland can be found at PlacesPages.
Seattle Transit System Trolleybus #604
This trolleybus was built in 1940 by the Twin Coach Company as Seattle Transit System #922. later it was renumbered to #653, then renumbered again to #604. Trolleybuses are still used in Seattle today.
Seattle Transit System Trolleybus #648
This 37-foot trolleybus was built in 1944 by the Pullman-Standard Car Manufacturing Company as Seattle Transit System #998. It was renumbered to #648 in 1974. It was retired in January of 1978, but it still wears the Seattle Transit paint scheme from 1955-1968. It came to Powerland in September of 2000.
Links to Historical Photographs:
#998 in service in 1969 (Tom's North American Trolley Bus Pictures)
#998 in service in 1971 (Tom's North American Trolley Bus Pictures)
#998 in service in 1973 (Tom's North American Trolley Bus Pictures)
British Columbia Transit Trolleybus #2411
This aluminum trolleybus was built in 1954 by Canadian Car & Foundry-Brill of Fort William (now Thunder Bay), Ontario under license from J. G. Brill as British Columbia Transit #2411. The OERHS acquired it in March 2002. Vancouver's trolleybus system is still the second largest in North America.
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