Connecticut Trolley Museum
Learn how to run a historic trolley car or simply be a conductor. Give rides to our visitors. Learn about the history of the trolley era and give short talks to our visitors. People of all ages and skills are needed on weekdays and weekends during the summer, weekends in the spring and fall, weekend nights during December. This position has a lot of interaction with the public.
Training classes for 2020 will start in the third week of April.
About Connecticut Trolley Museum
58 North Road, PO Box 360, East Windsor, CT 06088, US
To provide a historically accurate educational experience of the trolley era, through the interpretation, preservation, restoration and operation of an electric railway.
The Connecticut Trolley Museum operates an authentic tourist recreation of an early 20th Century electric railway. It has 1.5 miles of main line track and several restored antique trolley cars. Visitors can enjoy trolley rides, guided tours, and exhibits. The visitor's center has a gift shop and an exhibition hall. The property also has a restoration shop, car barns, The Connecticut Fire Museum, and a bus museum. The Connecticut Trolley Museum is owned and operated by the non-profit Connecticut Electric Railway Association, Inc.