The East Broad Top Railroad is proud to partner with the Rockhill Trolley Museum to allow guests the ability to include a trolley ride in their EBT itinerary.
Have you ever ridden a real trolley car and heard the ting-ting of the trolley bell, the growl of the gears, and the ticka-ticka-ticka of the air compressor?
Visitors to the Rockhill Trolley Museum take a step back in time to when many American towns and cities offered inexpensive and convenient transportation using electric trolleys.
Enjoy a nostalgic tour aboard an antique electric streetcar past historic industrial ruins and steep mountain narrows alongside the picturesque Blacklog Creek at the Rockhill Trolley Museum.
The Rockhill Trolley Museum operates trolleys frequently throughout the day. There are only three departure times that correspond with East Broad Top Railroad train arrivals and departures. When creating your itinerary, be sure to keep these arrival and departure times in mind.
The Trolley Museum is open every weekend from Memorial Day – October. Trolley rides will be offered every day that East Broad Top trains are operating.
Trolley tickets can only be purchased through the East Broad Top Railroad as part of an itinerary that includes another railroad service. Those wishing to purchase stand-alone trolley tickets must visit rockhilltrolley.org
Enhance Your Trip
Enjoy a one-hour excursion through the scenic Aughwick Valley pulled by our vintage M-7 diesel locomotive. Relive the East Broad Top Railroad’s humble “tourist era” beginnings.
Step into our steam-powered, belt-driven machine shop and explore the other half of the EBT story. Our incredibly historic shop complex and roundhouse are a one-of-a-kind glimpse into our industrial past.