January 8, 2018

Transportation Museum

Old Pueblo Trolley is setting up a unique museum with a collection of historic buses, streetcars, and more.
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An indoor soccer field from 1973 that was used for other business over the years became the home of Old Pueblo Trolley, Incorporated-in 2016, where the group is setting up a unique museum in Arizona. The large structure, located in the City of South Tucson, has a collection of historic buses, streetcars and other vehicles that span from 1928 to 2001. The items include a bus that operated in Bisbee decades ago. The museum has vehicles from different countries including US, Canada, Japan, and Belgium. (In Arizona, five cities had operational streetcars: Bisbee, Douglas, Phoenix, Prescott, and Tucson)

Producer: Tony Paniagua
Photographer: Bob Lindberg, Steve Riggs
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