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Dayton Links

Dayton Trolleys
The Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority (GDRTA)
Dayton History Books Online


Dave's RailPix
The Electric Trolleybus Homepage (NOTE: many broken links)
David Bradley Online United Kingdom Trolleybus page. Lots of links and pictures of double-decker trolleys from all across the UK
Ashley Bruce's British Trolleybuses Page More pictures of double-decker trolleys in Britain
Jon Bell's page
Public Transit throughout the US
The Transport Company Web Station
Philadelphia Trolleybuses
Chicago 'L' -- An outstanding site on the 'L'!
All Time List of Canadian Transit Systems
Canadian Bus Pictures from
Rob's Transit Trips
Bruce Lake's Trolleybuses Galore! (UK)
Streetcar Mike's Page
Valparaiso, Chile, trolleybuses
German Trolleybus Information (site is in German)
The Transit Museum Society (TRAMs) of Vancouver
Other Operators


The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA -- aka "The T")
Southeastern Pennsylvania Transit Authority (SEPTA)
Illinois Railway Museum (IRM) Trolley Bus Department
King County (Seattle) Metro
The San Francisco Municipal Railway (SFMR)
Preserved Trackless Trolleys at the Seashore Trolley Museum


TransLink (Vancouver BC)


Servicio de Transportes Eléctrico del DF (Mexico City Electric Transport)
El Sistema de Tren Eléctrico Urbano (Guadalajara)
[NOTE: if someone has a better link to Guadalajara, please drop me a line]
Other Museums with Trolleybuses

An interesting article which originally appeared in the Ohio Brass Company's Transit Observer Spring Issue 1970 (vol 42 no. 1)  Courtesy of the Ohio Museum of Transportation.
Halton County Radial Railway
Orange Empire Railway Museum
Oregon Electric Railway Museum
Other Stuff

US National Transit Database of the Federal Transit Administration Find out facts about your transit system
US Public Transportation Ridership Statistics
Eberswalde -- Germany's oldest trolleybus system (one of the best sets of worldwide trolleybus "obus" links)
Kavanagh Transit Pictures page
Simon Smiler's page on City Transport

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