Rockhill Trolley Museum Store

The Museum Store

The Rockhill Trolley Museum store on the museum grounds offers souvenirs and other merchandise related to our collection and the streetcar era.

At present, we are not equipped for online purchases, but you may order certain items by downloading, completing and mailing PDF order forms found on our website.

Use the website contact form to send us an email with any inquiries about the store, or you may call the store at (814) 447-9576, weekends during operating season only (Memorial Day through October).

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Limited Edition HO Scale PCC 2743

A VERY LIMITED NUMBER of Bowser HO Non Powered Display Models of PCC 2743 in its as-delivered paint scheme are now available. This scheme is green and cream with a silver roof and the maroon belt rail and pin striping. The destination sign is Route 23 10-Oregon and is correct for Route 23 in 1947 where this series of PCCs were first in operation on the streets of Philadelphia.
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The Easton Line 1947-1949

The Rockhill Trolley Museum is pleased to present
The Easton Line 1947-1949
on DVD

Featuring the films of Gerhard Salomon, this new 55 minute DVD presentation is narrated (with music) and focuses exclusively on the operations of the Lehigh Valley Transit Company’s Easton Line from 1947 to 1949.

A wide variety of equipment and locations are showcased along the line from Allentown to Easton. Footage from the last day of public service and other special operations is included.
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A Round Trip on the Liberty Bell Limited

The Rockhill Trolley Museum is pleased to present a new DVD for your collection!

Gerhard Salomon’s A Round Trip On The Liberty Bell Limited

Step back in time and enjoy 57 minutes of color footage Gerhard captured from 1947 to 1951 and never before released. The disk is narrated (with music) and covers Lehigh Valley Transit Company’s entire Liberty Bell Line from Downtown Allentown to Philadelphia’s 69th Street Terminal.
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