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The old Hartford & Springfield St. Ry. motorman that was captured on film recently out near Station 9 at the Connecticut Trolley Museum was spotted again, this time he was caught at the controls of the museum's Rio De Janiero car 1850. The dispatcher said that the car was empty at North Road Station, ready to be put away and all of a suddon the car was moving towards the carbarn. Xian, a volunteer at the museum, was working on a project in the carbarn when 1850 entered the building. He was able to capture this photo before the ghost motorman disappeared.

Photographed by Xian Clere, October 30, 2004.
Added to the photo archive by Matt Cosgro, October 30, 2004.
Railroad: Connecticut Trolley Museum.

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