• Memorable (and humorous?) Boston MTA (or MBTA) Graffiti

  • General discussion about fallen trolley and interurban lines in North America, past and present.
General discussion about fallen trolley and interurban lines in North America, past and present.

Moderator: Aa3rt

  by MaineCoonCat
 
I remember as a kid in the early 1960's boarding a PCC at "Riverside" with my father on our way to visit my Grandmother who was a patient at the Pratt Diagnostic and seeing clearly written in "magic marker" behind and near the operators position; "Pickpockets are on duty for your convenience"..
  by Gerry6309
 
There was an disqualified operator (TK man) who signed his graffiti "Tombstone"

A TK man served as conductor on second or third cars. The letters T and K were used on the run sheets to designate two (T) or three (K) car trains.

My favorite (on a PCC ca. 1978):

"Recycle the doors
Recycle the keys
Recycle the LRVs"

No. 2

"4th car only"
(max train was 3 cars)