History of P&W Plow #10
|In the 1940’s plow #10 was painted in a green color scheme. June, 1945|
|The interior of the plow carried all the tools that would be needed for snow clearing along the line. June, 1945|
When the plow was not stored indoors, the P&W protected the plow #10 from vandalism and weather.
Photo Date: July, 1965July, 1965
|During the winters, the P&W kept plow #10 inside and protected while waiting for the next call to duty. January, 1988|
As plow #10 was being loaded for transportation to the museum in 1988, it was posed next to its long time running mate car #402.
Two years later car #402 would rejoin plow #10 at the museum. Photo Date: October 30, 1988.October, 1988
Like all trolley cars in the museum collection, Plow #10 arrived in Rockhill Furnace aboard a tractor trailer.
Photo Date: November 4, 1988.November, 1988
|In 2010, plow #10 performed its duties at the museum, just as it was intended to do. February, 2010|