Valley 12 on Wheels

Valley Railways #12

The Valley Railways was a little known trolley system that ran on the west shore of the Susquehanna River and connected Harrisburg with Cumberland County suburbs and the county seat, Carlisle. Trolley service was abandoned on Harrisburg’s West Shore on April 9, 1938. Car #12 from the Valley Railways was built in 1895 by the Jackson and Sharp Co. of Wilmington, Delaware, and it is a rare car. It is the only known survivor of the Valley system and is one of few Jackson & Sharp cars preserved.
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