RussNelson wrote:Live or museum pieces?In any condition, including stuffed and mounted!! I'm not sure any Jewett double enders still exist. There are a couple of AE&C / CA&E interurbans in ILL and OH IIRC.
I'm wondering if there are any double ended Jewett heavy interurbans left anywhere.If you are interested in preserved cars, by Jewett or any other builder, use the data base search function at:
RussNelson wrote:Live or museum pieces?Original poster asked about abandoned trolley cars, we are talking about cars not in active use, not in museum collections.
SemperFidelis wrote:A google search of "Trolley Town" will bring you to some pictures of abandoned trolley cars somewhere in Southern New Jersey (maybe moreso Central New Jersey). It was some sort of failed trolley museum.That could be Trolley Valhalla's location at Jobstown, N.J. Some of the cars are now in Scranton, Pa., one went to Seashore Trolley Museum in Maine, some others to Arden, Pa. If the photos are older than 1971, then it's their former location in Tansboro, N.J.