All the Brooklyn PCC photos you could possibly want

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All the Brooklyn PCC photos you could possibly want
Posted by daveklepper on Friday, June 12, 2020 8:56 AM

First, aluminum-Bodied, Clark Equipmemt Co.-constructed 1000, a replacewment for the original St. Louis-built 1000. diverted to Pittsbugh as a sample, operated as their 100.

I believe this car's body is at Kingston, NY, at the museum operation there.

On its regular McDonald=Vanderbilt run. passing a South Brooklyn freight headed by diesel No. 9:

St. Louis  - built 1001, preserved at Shore Line Trolley:

Williamsburg bridge, on and under:

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Others in the flock:

At DeKalb Av. Shops:

 

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Posted by daveklepper on Saturday, June 13, 2020 3:05 PM

Two I lacked time to post on Friday, in the later NYCTS post WWII green-and-silver paint, on what still might be Brooklyn's most beautiful street, Prospect Park West, the 7th Avenue line:

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Posted by daveklepper on Thursday, June 18, 2020 7:26 AM

These rwo phoros were posted on the Trains Steam and Preservation Forum for 4573 preserved and frequently available for riding at the Shore Line Trolley Musum, but they also show PCC cars.  Both are at the Brooklyln Bridge terminql, Park Row, City Hall, Manhatetan:

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