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Trolley revival
Date: 3/9/2012 Album ID: 1429815
Photos by Rudy Gutierrez / El Paso Times.
Alex Duran, known as The Conductor with the El Paso Transnational Trolly Project sat in the drivers seat of one of six trolly cars still owned by the city of El Paso Tuesday; The cars are located in a desert area within the El Paso airport property. Rudy Gutierrez/El Paso Times
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A row of six city trolly cars sit in a desert area on airport propterty. Rudy Gutierrez/El Paso Times
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An old logo on the side of a city trolly car. Rudy Gutierrez/El Paso Times
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Peter Svarzbein, right, and Alex Duran sit inside one of six remaining city electric trolly cars sitting in the desert on airport property. Svarzbein started the El Paso Transnational Trolly Project from the subject of his graduate school thesis. Duran dresses as a trolly conductor to give a visual reprsentaiton for the organization and its effort to start a limited electric trolly service using one of the cars. Rudy Gutierrez/El Paso Times
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Peter Svarzbein, left, and Alex Duran look at one of six remaining city electric trolly cars sitting in the desert on airport property. Svarzbein started the El Paso Transnational Trolly Project from the subject of his graduate school thesis. Rudy Gutierrez/El Paso Times
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Six city trolly cars lie in a desert area on airport property. Rudy Gutierrez/El Paso Times
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Peter Svarzbein, left, Photographs Alex Duran dressed as a trolly conductor outside one of six remaining city electric trolly cars sitting in the desert on airport property Tuesday. Svarzbein started the El Paso Transnational Trolly Project from the subject of his graduate school thesis. Duran dresses as a trolly conductor to give a visual reprsentaiton for the organization and its effort to start a limited electric trolly service using one of the cars. Rudy Gutierrez/El Paso Times
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Peter Svarzbein, left, and Alex Duran inside one of six remaining city electric trolly cars sitting in the desert on airport property. Svarzbein started the El Paso Transnational Trolly Project from the subject of his graduate school thesis. Duran dresses as a trolly conductor to give a visual reprsentaiton for the organization and its effort to start a limited electric trolly service using one of the cars. Rudy Gutierrez/El Paso Times
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The front end of one of six city trolly cars sitting in a desert area on airport property Tuesday. Rudy Gutierrez/El Paso Times
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Controls inside a city trolly car Tuesday. Rudy Gutierrez/El Paso Times
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