National Trolley Museum takes a historic view of railway travel
In a world of planes, trains and automobiles, it's nice to take a look at trollies--their slower, more scenic counterpart. The National Capital Trolley Museum allows visitors to take a look into the "heritage of electric and interurban railways of Washington, DC." Take a look.
A view of rails on Firth Sterling Avenue in Southeast D.C., which are part of the planned Anacostia streetcar line and the only other location where track has been laid. DDOT said the city's new streetcar operators will begin training here in January.