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focuses on door 1. With trolley car 1850 awaiting to be taken out for a ride.
Trolley Car #1850 is from Rio De Janeiro. It has open sides for easy accsessibility. When 1850 was shipped to the U.S. on a coffee bean boat, it was dismantled and put into several crates filled with coffee beans to save space. So for a while after having it in the U.S. it would smell like coffee beans everytime you turned on the engine giving the conductors that extra kick in the morning for the hard day of work ahead for them.

Photographed by Tyler Mitchell, October 30, 2004.
Added to the photo archive by Tyler Mitchell, November 1, 2004.
Railroad: Connecticut Trolley Museum.

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