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The trolley car descended into the blackness beneath the street and the radio went out completely.
But how can anyone rationalize buying a trolley car or building a bike path against investing $60 million to help shore up America's manufacturing competitiveness and saving jobs?
The pallet is conveyed by heavy duty powered roller conveyor to a dispatch point where it awaits pick up by the trolley car to be taken to the stretchwrapper.
Special exceptions are provided for vehicles having historic value, such as cable or trolley cars.
Some of the special charms of trolley cars, extinct in Arizona for nearly four decades, are once again becoming part of cities in the southern part of the state.
The San Diego Metropolitan Transit System has placed an order worth $171 million for 45 new trolley cars from Siemens for use on the 11-mile Blue Line extension now under construction.
One woman talks about the bustle of the city when trolley cars ran through downtown; another recalls the carnage and devastation she witnessed as a young child in the aftermath of the tornado of 1953.
Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church, the wedding party was transported in trolley cars to the elaborate reception held at Union Station.
The city will soon have two rubber-tired trolley cars to transport residents around town, officials said Wednesday.
Progress came to Cuba in the form of gas stoves, skyscrapers and bridges, trolley cars and passenger trains, all of which facilitated the act of suicide," writes Perez.
May 2008 - "Fresh Fish" campaign begins running on the Green Line trolley cars.
With a contract extension of $4 million to handle inspections of renovated trolley cars, the MBTA has announced it will pay a total of $21 million for consultants helping with limited overhauls of Red and Green Line cars built in the 1980s.