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    • Shaker Rail car

    • Shaker Heights Rapid Transit; Model streetcars; Street railroads; Model trains
    • Car from the "Shaker Rail" which is formally titled the Shaker Heights Rapid Transit. This car serviced the residential developments of Shaker Heights, Ohio. The model streetcar is yellow with a gray roof and green strips. This model streetcar was...
    • Parkersburg Marietta

    • Parkersburg, Marietta & Interurban Traction Company; Model streetcars; Street railroads; Model trains
    • Car from the Pakersburg Marietta & Interurban Traction Company. The car ran through Ohio via a highway bridge at Williams Town, West Virginia. This model street car is red-orange in color with hunter green details. This model was apart of the...
    • Cleveland Railway model streetcar number 2376

    • Cleveland Railway Co.; Model streetcars; Street railroads; Model trains
    • Car 2376 of the Cleveland Railway Co. The car is yellow in color with maroon detailing around the windows and doors. This model streetcar was apart of the Trolleyville USA museum. Trolleyville USA was established in 1954 by Gerald Brookins; the...
    • Cleveland Railway No. 2458 model streetcar

    • Cleveland Railway Co.; Model streetcars; Street railroads; Model trains
    • Streetcar model no 2458 of the Cleveland Railway. This car ran from 1920 to 1951. This model car is yellow is color with maroon details. This model streetcar was a part of a collection the Trolleyville USA Museum. Trolleyville USA was established...
    • Cleveland Railway No. 1046 model streetcar

    • Cleveland Railway Co.; Model streetcars; Street railroads; Model trains
    • Car no. 1046 of the Cleveland Railway, ran from 1913 until it was placed in storage in 1947. The model streetcar has a tan body with brown doors. This model streetcar was a part of the Trolleyville USA Museum. Trolleyville USA was established in...
    • Cleveland Railway No. 1346 model streetcar

    • Cleveland Railway Co.; Model streetcars; Street railroads; Model trains
    • Car no. 1346 of the Cleveland Railway. This car is yellow in color with maroon detailing. This model streetcar was a part of the Trolleyville USA Museum. Trolleyville USA was established in 1954 by Gerald Brookins, the museum closed their doors in...
    • Lake Shore Electric No. 143 model streetcar

    • Lake Shore Electric Railway Co.; Model streetcars; Street railroads; Model trains
    • Car no. 143 of Lake Shore Electric, carried people between Cleveland and Toledo. This streetcar is orange with yellow and green details around the windows. It was apart of the Trolleyville USA Museum. Trolleyville USA was established in 1954 by...
    • Northern Ohio No. 1056 model streetcar

    • Northern Ohio Railway; Model streetcars; Street railroads; Model trains
    • Car 1056 of the Northern Ohio Railway This car is maroon in color with a silver roof. This model streetcar was a part of the Trolleyville USA Museum. Trolleyville USA was established in 1954 by Gerald Brookins; the museum closed their doors in 2001.
    • Northern Ohio refrigerator dispatch

    • Northern Ohio Railway; Street railroads; Model trains
    • Northern Ohio refrigerator dispatch car. This streetcar was refrigerated allowing the transportation of perishable food items. This model street car is burnt orange and was formally a part of the collections at the Trolleyville USA Museum....
    • Eastern Ohio Transit No. 45 model streetcar

    • Eastern Ohio Transit; Model streetcars; ;Street railroads; Model trains
    • Car no. 45 of Eastern Ohio Transit. This model streetcar is maroon in color and was formally a part of the Trolleyville USA Museum's collection. Trolleyville USA was established in 1954 by Gerald Brookins; the museum closed their doors in 2001.
    • The third, and current, Palace Theatre Organ

    • Organs; Palace Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Playhouse Square Theatre Organ Society; Community service; Playhouse Square Center
    • The current of the organs in the Palace Theatre's history. A 3 manual Kimball organ with 13 ranks, built in 1927 by the W.W. Kimball Co. of Chicago, expanded to 15 ranks in the Palace. It was originally installed in the Enright Theater in the East...

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