Old Pueblo Trolley

An Operating Transit Museum


Old Pueblo Trolley, Inc. is a not-for-profit museum dedicated to the preservation and presentation of historic streetcars, buses and railroads.

Street Railway Division   Bus Division   The Southern Arizona Transportation Museum
The Streetcar Railway Division restores, maintains and operates historic trolley cars.   The Bus Division restores and maintains examples of transit buses that were used in Tucson and southern Arizona over eight decades.   The Southern Arizona Transportation Museum Division is housed in the Tucson Historic Depot.
Our new building was DEDICATED as the

Old Pueblo Trolley's Operations Center and Transportation Museum

250 E. 36th Street
Tucson, AZ 85713-4840
(northwest corner of S. 4th Ave. & 36th St.)

Come visit our NEW LOCATION!


After 18 ½ years of serving the community, Old Pueblo Trolley’s operation of historic streetcars was suspended in late October 2011 in order for construction of the modern streetcar project to begin operations in the Summer of 2014. Old Pueblo Trolley is engaged in meetings with the City of Tucson aimed at resumption of historic trolley operations along with the modern streetcars.

VOLUNTEER to help with the preparation for operating with the modern streetcar! Join volunteers who continue restoration and maintenance work on the trolleys. You are needed for this important work!

TOURS of the ongoing work at the trolley barn can be arranged by appointment.


VOLUNTEER to restore historic buses and work at the bus barn.

Tours are not available; but you may arrange a tour.

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Visit SATM to see exhibits on the history of railroading in Southern Arizona and its impact on Tucson.

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