A quick look into a long gone world:
And what's more lost world than the B&QT trolleys?
Here at Surf Avenue and W.37th Street terminal is the old workhorse John Stephenson model 1907 car. The motorman is pulling down and securing the now front trolley pole in preparation of heading back to the opposite terminal stop.
Original B&W photo, as usual for trains and trolleys is from NYC Subway.org
Monday, February 3, 2020
1940's Surf Avenue colorized
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