Our two trolleys are near replicas of the first horse powered, then electric
cars that serviced the Seacoast from 1897 to about 1927 before the big three
torpedoed mass transit around the country, with help. They are built by Molly
Trolley of Wells, ME which is the only manufacturer of all aluminum trolleys
in the country(of eight). We follow much of the original system, over
spurs and rails still buried below the tar in the area, never moved.
Our trolleys were purchased specifically for private clients, the first and third were brand new. Both never have and never will
run during the winter months, reflected in their meticulous condition and are not a
bus or shuttle conversion to mimic a true trolley experience.
The rear of both are either open air or enclosed, depending on weather, to
give our clients a much better “up close” experience, be it a tour or event. Its
oak and brass are reflective of the understated elegance of a bygone era and
they NEVER run in the winter months, something you’ll appreciate when you
see them. Unlike the trolleys of old limited by track, their power plants are Ford RV chassis, propane
powered for a while, then converted back to reliable, realistic, more easily serviceable gas
engines. Our trolleys survive and thrive on non grant, permanent, fossil fuel power plants.
We pride ourselves on taking care of them, so please consider Seacoast Trolley
while visiting the Seacoast for whatever you have in mind! Thanks.....