Cleveland Streetcars Preserved for Museum

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CLEVELAND -- Cleveland is a city of many firsts. One of those is our claim to being the first in the United States to have streetcars.

While they are no longer in use today, that great piece of history can live on thanks to the efforts of the Northern Ohio Railway Museum.

This week, the last of 3 trolly cars in Cleveland were moved to a museum near Seville where they will undergo a full restoration.

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