Indianapolis Railways Streetcar No. 153

Indianapolis Railways Streetcar No. 153

Indianapolis Railways streetcar No. 153 is the last surviving streetcar from the once world-renowned Indianapolis streetcar system - one of the largest in the United States. For nearly 20 years, this car provided a connective thread for the citizens of Indianapolis between their careers, businesses, homes and expansive travel on the vast Indiana electric railway system.

Terre Haute Indianapolis & Eastern Interurban No. 81

Terre Haute Indianapolis & Eastern Interurban No. 81

Terre Haute Indianapolis & Eastern No. 81 was built in 1902 by Jewett, an electric railroad car manufacturer, for the Indianapolis & Martinsville - an electric railway in Central Indiana.  This car is reported to be the oldest surviving car built by Jewett, and is constructed of wood. The car was later acquired with the I&M by the Terre Haute, Indianapolis & Eastern, another electric railway, and was used to transport people and milk cans between cities and towns southwest of Indianapolis.

Union Traction Interurban No. 437 "Marion"

Union Traction Interurban No. 437 "Marion"

Union Traction No. 437, an interurban built for  intercity passenger travel via electric railway with frequent and numerous stops, is considered one of the last great electric railway cars built from steel. No. 437 was built by the St. Louis Car Company in 1925 to hold 44 passengers and was given the name “Marion” for the small Indiana city along Union Traction’s route.

Union Traction Interurban No. 429 "Noblesville"

Union Traction Interurban No. 429 "Noblesville"

Union Traction No. 429, an interurban built for  intercity passenger travel via electric railway with frequent and numerous stops, is considered one of the last great electric railway cars built from steel. No.  429 was built by the St. Louis Car Company in 1925 to hold 44 passengers and was given the name “Noblesville” for the small Indiana city along Union Traction’s route.