KENOSHA STREETCAR CIRCULATOR

This unique new light rail line is now in operation in downtown Kenosha, operating with refurbished PCC streetcars which previously operated in Toronto.

Streetcar Roster

Five streetcars were acquired from the Toronto Transit Commission, originally built by Canadian Car & Foundry in 1951, and retaining the final TTC numbers. Cars were refurbished in Iowa, and each car was painted in a different "heritage" paint scheme, reflecting past schemes of different streetcar systems.

4606 (previously TTC 4528) Chicago Transit Authority colors, green/cream/orange
4609 (previously TTC 4526) Pittsburgh Port Authority Transit colors, red/white
4610 (previously TTC 4541) Toronto Transit Commission colors, red/buff
4615 (previously TTC 4518) Johnstown PA colors, orange/cream
4616 (previously TTC 4515) Cincinnati Street Railway colors, yellow/green


PHOTOS OF THE STREETCARS

Photos of each of the restored PCC streetcars.


STREETCAR LINE PHOTOS

Photos showing the Kenosha Streetcar Circulator in operation, taken September 25, 2000.


CONSTRUCTION PHOTOS

Photos of construction progress of the Kenosha Streetcar Circulator, taken September 14, 1999.


MORE CONSTRUCTION PHOTOS

More photos of construction progress of the Kenosha Streetcar Circulator, taken May 10, 2000, several weeks prior to opening.


KENOSHA STREETCAR CIRCULATOR LINKS

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