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Here, have a look at what’s in store for the nation’s largest trolley car network: Philadelphia is getting a sleek and modern upgrade, Philly Mag reports.
That’s great and all, but multiple corners of the internet are really into a different variety of SEPTA trolley cars: old, abandoned, dead SEPTA trolley cars.
That’s where this little internet adventure all starts.
From there, we head to this story about, reportedly, a trolley car graveyard in North Carolina. That’s a very big “reportedly,” however, since the outfit doing the original reporting, the Daily Mail, is most likely wrong.
This is the same place. Here’s the Google Map and the Bing bird’s eye view. It’s in tiny Windber, Pa., tucked away in the woods. Some internet commenters say the owner of the impressive collection of shabby rail cars doesn’t want the attention.
It’s all rather mysterious.
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