April 21 was requalification day at Seashore Trolley Museum. One weekend every spring, the volunteers descend on Kennebunkport to renew our trolley driver’s licenses. Picnic Grove Visitors’ Center Dwarf Nikon FM2, 20mm lens, expired Portra 160. If you want it to look like an old picture, shoot with old film.
June 24 – As Mrs. Mack505 puts it, the furrmily. Clockwise from the orange one: Hal, Noah, Chai, Sebby, and Clara. June 25 – the best looking thing at the New England Fire Chiefs’ Show was not for sale. This is Freeport, ME’s 1939 ALF. June 26 – happy dog. June 27 – Electrotherapy at […]
I spent the day operating at Seashore Trolley Museum, for the first time in almost two years. It rained. We only had 40 passengers for the whole day. There’s no such thing as bad controller time, though. This is the warm, dry, bright interior of Twin Cities Rapid Transit #1267.
Beth went with me to Seashore for the annual Requalification. I’m now certified to drive streetcars at the museum for another year. Beth was very well-behaved. After the proceedings and a few trolley rides, we wandered around the bus yard. She was very fascinated, especially by this old Twin Coach bendy-bus. More photos are here […]