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Gallery 710: Trams Around the World - The Rockhill Trolley Museum October 2017

York Railways Company 163 was built in 1924 and remained in service until the system closed on 5th February 1939. It became a summer home along Conewago Creek and remained there until Hurricane Agnes in 1972 dislodged the body from its foundations. It was then donated to the Rockhill Trolley Museum and it has been restored to service.

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