Phoenix Trolley Museum(Redirected from Arizona_Street_Railway_Museum)
Phoenix Trolley Museum
|Location||1117 Grand Avenue,|
Phoenix, Arizona, United States
The Phoenix Trolley Museum, incorporated as the Arizona Street Railway Museum, is a railway museum established in 1975, with an emphasis on preserving historical street cars in Phoenix, Arizona, USA. The museum's mission is "[to] tell the Phoenix streetcar story."
The museum was located next to the Margaret Hance Deck Park on Interstate 10 in downtown Phoenix until December, 2017.
The museum has relocated to a site along Phoenix's historic Grand Avenue, one of the earliest trolley lines in the city. The museum is developing plans to construct a new museum on the site and is raising the funds to do so.
- Restored Phoenix Street Railway Streetcar #116 is currently in storage.
- Phoenix Street Railway Car #504 (originally #108) is un-restored, and is currently in storage.
- An electric calcine locomotive donated by the (then) Phelps-Dodge Corporation from its Douglas, AZ facility is on display.
- Photographs, maps, and numerous items of historical interest are on display in the museum.
- ^ "Hance Park Changes Force Relocation Of Phoenix Trolley Museum" . KJZZ. March 10, 2016. Retrieved 2 July 2016.
- ^ "Another Museum in Trouble" . Motley Design Group. February 8, 2016. Retrieved 2 July 2016.
- ^ "Relocation Plan" . Phoenix Trolley Museum. Retrieved 2 July 2016.
- ^ https://www.facebook.com/phoenixtrolley/photos/a.10150359508469208.376715.365181739207/10154900728284208/?type=3&theater
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