Issaquah History Museums
Must have a friendly demeanor and enjoy dealing with the public. Accepts responsibility for the safety, comfort, and convenience of passengers during trolley operations. Fully understands Hand and Audible Signals and all Rail Operation signs and signals described in this Rules and Procedures Manual. Dresses in the regulation uniform.
Instructs the passengers and validates fares during the pause in the trip. Assists the Motorman in the operation of the trolley as necessary. Knowledgeable of local history and trivia. Provide a narrative tour of the line. Assist passengers as they board or exit the trolley. Answer passenger questions. Exercise good judgment and possess the ability to resolve unexpected situations.
About Issaquah History Museums
165 SE Andrews Street, 78 First Avenue SE, Issaquah, WA 98027, US
The mission of the Issaquah Historical Society is to discover, preserve and share the history of Issaquah and the surrounding area.
The Issaquah History Museums is a nonprofit organization that provides access to the objects, photos, and archives that record Issaquah's history. We operate two museums, the Issaquah Train Depot and the Gilman Town Hall, both owned by the City of Issaquah. The Depot is on the federal National Register of Historic Places; it has been restored to its original condition through decades of loving and impassioned volunteer effort. Gilman Town Hall is Issaquah's first town hall; the city's 3rd jail is a concrete structure still located on our grounds. Our programs and operations are supported by a small part-time staff and many dedicated volunteers. Volunteers are directly responsible for keeping our doors open, our programs running, and our collections cared for.