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BROOKVILLE Light Rail Awards Liberty Modern Streetcar

BROOKVILLE's off-wire capable Liberty Modern Streetcar was honored as the Technical Innovation of the Year at the 2015 Global Light Rail Awards in London.

New Replica Streetcars

When presented the vision to have their passengers experience the joy of riding a 1920s heritage streetcar yet have it engineered with today’s technology and manufactured in the 21st century.  BROOKVILLE made this vision a reality: a quality replicar.  

Modern Heritage

For cities and transit agencies looking to combine the nostalgic charms of yesteryear's streetcars with the advantages of modern technology, BROOKVILLE offers brand new replica streetcar and trolley solutions. Featuring modern propulsion systems, trucks, electrical systems, HVAC systems and ADA-compliant wheelchair accessibility, BROOKVILLE is committed to building vehicles that integrate into your city's scenic infrastructure. BROOKVILLE replica streetcars give American transit riders the opportunity to lose themselves in the experience of riding a historic streetcar while providing modern reliability and efficiency for streetcar operators.

Case Study: New Orleans Regional Transit Authority (NORTA) Replicar

BROOKVILLE partnered with the New Orleans Regional Transit Authority (NORTA) to develop a modern replica streetcar that embodies the 1920s Perley A. Thomas replicas that once traversed the city's historic streetcar corridor. BROOKVILLE supplied the replica streetcars with modern streetcar trucks, propulsion, and electrical systems which integrated into the replica car shells produced in-house by NORTA.

Since 2002, BROOKVILLE has made contributions to 31 NORTA Perley A. Thomas replica streetcars currently in service in New Orleans today.

Case Study: Replica California Red Car

Streetcar Division - Red CarBROOKVILLE has also replicated a 1920s California Red Car.  This replicar design gives the complete look and feel of an original streetcar that once rode down Los Angeles streets with state-of-the-art propulsion systems.  This streetcar was completely engineered to replicate the historical streetcar but designed with brand new trucks, wheelchair accessibility, and electronics.  The streetcar operates completely wireless through onboard batteries.  The batteries are periodically charged through non-contact charging.