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Photo of Trolleys down at Red Hook
Trolleys down at Red Hook

One day this will become brooklyn's first light rail/streetcar to run in a long time. Bloombergs up to it. The street cars now sit infront of a supermarket on some track. The Brooklyn Historic Railway Association are the people who came up with the idea and went ahead with it, with a small step; laying track around the block. They gave rides until the track was unfortunetly taken away only leaving track behind the supermarket and into the trolley shed. But reccently Bloomberg is backing these guys up. The plan is to have trolleys running from Red Hook to Brooklyn Heights.

Photographed by Ren McMillan, August 16, 2009.
Added to the photo archive by Ren Mcmillan, October 16, 2009.
Railroad: Brooklyn Historic Railway Association.

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