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Come ride with us at the Fox River Trolley Museum, a nostalgic trip back to an era when the electric trolley car was a vital part of American life. Experience education through demonstration the sights and sounds of this unique part of American history aboard a genuine old-time trolley car. FRA has a funny rule about that; if your vehicle is exempt (all Fox River's are) and you put FRA glazing on it anyway, then you are on the hook to maintain FRA glazing forever. And the stuff loves to yellow and fog. Fox Valley Trolley Museum is such a walk back in time. A low key experience. Great for young and old. We brought our grandma who is 100. She's lived in the fox valley her whole life and used to ride the trolley. The conductor's give a little history presentation as you ride the.
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Description and History
The Fox River Trolley Museum operates on a remnant of the Aurora, Elgin & Fox River Electric Company's interurban line, which ran north and south along the Fox River, connecting its namesake towns west of Chicago. Passenger service ended in 1935, but freight service continued on a short section to the State Mental Hospital in Elgin (electrically powered until 1946, diesel afterwards). Museum operations began in 1966. Freight service ended in 1971, after which the museum had the line to itself.
The following pictures were taken in July 1991, during the museum's annual summer Trolley Festival.
[picture] A view of the grounds looking back towards the car barn. The yellow steeplecab electric locomotive at left was built in 1908 by the Chicago City Railways.
[picture] Wooden car #20 of the Chicago, Aurora & Elgin Railway was built in 1902 by Niles Car Company.
[picture] Interior of #20. This was the car that I rode on my visit.
[picture] Car #7 of the Chicago, South Shore & South Bend Railroad (South Shore Line) was built by Pullman in 1926.
[picture] Car #715 of the Chicago, North Shore & Milwaukee (North Shore Line) was built by the Cincinnati Car Company in 1930.
[picture] In front, Chicago Rapid Transit car #4451 was built in 1924 by the Cincinnati Car Company; behind it, CRT's steel-aluminum car #5001 was built in 1947 by Pullman-Standard as a prototype for later cars.
Fox Valley Trolley Museum
- Fox River Trolley Museum (official Web site)
- More pictures at the Fox River Trolley Museum page on Dave's Electric Railroads
- Forbidden Donut's Fox River Trolley Museum Photo Gallery
This page was last updated on 20 April 2006, and reviewed on 25 January 2008.
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