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One of the Yakima Electric Railway Museum's trolleys in service in 1989
One of the Yakima Electric Railway Museum's trolleys in service in 1989

Yakima Electric Railway Museum is located at the corner of South Third Avenue and Pine Street in Yakima, Washington.

The museum is operated by Yakima Valley Trolleys, a non-profit organization. Vintage trolleys operate on a seasonal schedule on some of the original tracks of the Yakima Valley Transportation Company. The fleet consists of two identical cars built in 1928–1929 by Oporto's streetcar company on Brill designs — whimsically renumbered №1776 (former STCP 260) and №1976 (former STCP 254).[1] as well as rolling stock from the Yakima Valley Transportation Company.[2]

Entrance to the museum is free, but there is a fare for the trolley ride.

References

  1. ^ "OPORTO TRAM MUSEUM". Luso Pages. Archived from the original on 2014-09-01. Retrieved 2014-09-22.[unreliable source?]
  2. ^ Collection[non-primary source needed]

Coordinates: 46°35′44″N 120°30′37″W / 46.595469°N 120.510347°W / 46.595469; -120.510347