After eight years of successfully operating trolleys on our own, the Rockhill Trolley Museum is thrilled that there is a new non-profit owner for the East Broad Top Railroad with a mission very similar to our own. We look forward to the success of this new venture and to seeing the East Broad Top Railroad operating once again.
The Rockhill Trolley Museum is deeply grateful to the Kovalchick family for their decades of unfailing support since our first trolley car arrived in 1960. We appreciate everything they and the EBT have done for our preservation efforts and trolley operations. Without their consistent support over the years, the Rockhill Trolley Museum could not have become what it is today.
The Rockhill Trolley Museum management volunteers were kept informed of the negotiations to establish the East Broad Top Foundation Inc. and we are looking forward to working with them. We are thankful for this new beginning for the East Broad Top Railroad and the exciting possibilities the future holds for both of our organizations.
We are looking forward to making Rockhill Furnace a major destination where historians, railfans and all visitors will be able to ride and experience two very unique forms of transportation.
Please click on eastbroadtop.com for additional information about this new Foundation for the preservation and operation of the East Broad Top Railroad.