Trolley

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Scribing (cartography) - Scribe Tools
... A tripod or trolley arrangement is used to hold the scribe stylus ... A stylus of required thickness is set in the trolley and the surface material is removed by applying light pressure as the trolley is moved over the image ...
California Trolley And Railroad Corporation
... Established in 1982, the California Trolley and Railroad Corporation (CTRC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a mission to preserve and reflect the rich legacy ... The California Trolley and Railroad Corporation has restored for operation a number of historic trolley cars at History Park at Kelley Park ... In August 2009 the Corporation opened the Happy Hollow line extension allowing trolley service to the Japanese Friendship Garden and the Happy Hollow Zoo in Kelley Park ...
Trolley - Vehicles and Components
... Trolley pole, a device for drawing electricity from an overhead wire hence Trolley car or electric tram (streetcar), sometimes confused with a cable car Trolley bus, an ...
SEPTA Route 29 - End of Trolley Bus Service
... Along with SEPTA Routes 59, 66, 75, and 79, the Route 29 trolley bus was downgraded to a diesel bus route in 2003 ... Trolley buses were used in service on Route 29 for the last time in mid-February 2003, on an unrecorded date between February 15 and February 22 ... service onto streets not equipped with overhead trolley wires, took effect on February 23, requiring diesel buses to take over all Route 29 service for an initially indefinite period ...
SEPTA Route 79
... SEPTA Route 79 is a former trolley bus (trackless trolley in local terminology) and current bus route, operated by the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA ... Trackless trolleys replaced buses in 1961 but were suspended in 2003, and the authority later decided against restoring trackless trolley service ... Trolley cars (streetcars) had served route 79 from 1912 until 1956 ...