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October 14, 2001
Archive: 10/14/2001 #2
gjohnsen @ 12:01 am

After being out of service approximately 5 years Yakima trolley number 1776 was refurbished and made its first test run October 11, 2001. It wears the paint scheme of the original Yakima Valley Transportation Company streetcars.

Archive: 10/14/2001 #1
gjohnsen @ 12:00 am

Yakima Valley Trolleys have entered into a temporary agreement with the City of Yakima to allow trolley operation during the month of October 2001. An initial run to Selah and back was made on October 13, 2001. Members of the Yakima Historical Society dressed in period costumes rode on this first trip. Included among the dignitaries was Homer Splawn, son of Jack Splawn, YVT’s first president and also first mayor of Yakima.