Don't panic over the new color scheme. We have recently qualified the CTM color definitions and are experimenting with their implementation. We are contemplating a few other minor changes (to come later) and would welcome any comments that you might wish to make:






We are well into summer now and your daytrip planning is in full swing!

Is the Connecticut Trolley Museum on that bucket list? There is so much

to see and do here - and don't forget our facility is full of restored

antique fire engines to share - as no other trolley museum can claim.


Seven plus miles to the west is the New England Air Museum. Makes for

a unique split day with such easy access to both. Give it a go if you

haven't seen either.  If you have - you haven't seen everything yet...





2600 glides to a stop on track #2 in this 1995 photo by Bob LaMay...         






its hot, hot, hot...


Bring your camcorder when you visit - give some advance thought to your angles, dangles and beads then fire away. Edit the results a little or a lot then send it up to YOUTUBE and let us easy as that!





CT. Co. Car 3100 loads west bound passengers on State St. in Hartford, CT.

The Isle of Safety, to the right, was the nexus for radial trolley movement ...



Connecticut Trolley Museum Connecticut Fire Museum Connecticut Motor Coach Museum

The Connecticut Trolley Museum invites you to take a journey back in time and experience the transportation of yesterday. The museum features a variety of streetcars from the 1890s to 1950s, many of which are available for rides. At the Connecticut Trolley Museum, we provide a historically accurate educational experience through the interpretation, preservation, restoration and operation of an electric railway.

Consider a CTM Membership - it is effective for you and beneficial for us...











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