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Yakima Valley Trolleys - Preserving America's last intact, early 20th Century, interurban electric railroad



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July 30, 2006
Archive: 7/30/2006 #3
gjohnsen @ 12:02 am

YVT steeple cab motor #298 is once again operational after several years of idleness.  Scott Neel and Ed Neel worked tirelessly to get it running again and test runs were made on Pine Street and 6th Avenue on July 29, 2006.

Archive: 7/30/2006 #2
gjohnsen @ 12:01 am

The bathroom in the powerhouse is now fully functional with hot and cold running water and operating toilet.  The sink is the original 1911 sink.  Thanks to Bob Makins, Gregory Johnsen and Ed Neel.

Archive: 7/30/2006 #1
gjohnsen @ 12:00 am

The City of Issaquah very generously loaned their motor-generator car to the YVT for use in powering the trolley in places where the wire system is not intact.  Thanks to Denny Croston and Jean Cerar.