The Issaquah Valley Trolley

Welcome Aboard the Issaquah Valley Trolley

Issaquah Trolley

Operating Schedule

Saturday & Sunday (runs May 17 through September, 2014, weather dependent)
Issaquah Depot
11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
(Trolley start-up at the barn: 10:30 a.m. or earlier)

Trolley Ticket Prices

Individual fare: $5.00
    Fare includes trolley ride and admission to both Gilman Town Hall Museum and the historic Depot Museum.
    Show your Issaquah History Museums Membership Card and ride for free!

Kids age 5 and under ride free!

The Issaquah Valley Trolley #519

Trolley Car #519 is a vintage electric trolley car originally manufactured by the J.G. Brill Company of Philadelphia, PA in 1925. The trolley trailers an electric generator set that produces the 600v required to drive the dual electric motors that power the trolley up and down the 1/2 mile section of track between the Historic Issaquah Depot and the East Fork Issaquah Creek crossing behind the Darigold Plant.

The Trolley seats up to 24 passengers at a time, includes ADA compliant seating and is operated by trained Motormen and Conductors much in the same manner as trolley cars in the early 20th Century. Passengers riding the Issaquah Trolley will get a sense of what it might have been like to arrive and depart Issaquah's depot when passenger rail service was a primary mode of transportation a hundred years ago!

What's next for Issaquah's trolley line? The future vision is to repair the bridge across the creek and repair the tracks from the bridge to Gilman Blvd. Engineering reviews and cost estimates are in process and fundraising efforts to pay for this trolley line extension will begin soon.

Trolley Insider News

New Loading Ramp for Issaquah's Trolley

Thanks to the generosity of Redmond's ImagiCorps, Inc, the trolley will begin it's 2014 season with a sturdy passenger loading ramp! The ramp is constructed of an extruded non-skid... read more

Bridge over East Fork Issaquah Creek

Thanks to Mark McClure, the effort to repair the railroad bridge crossing over the East Fork of the Issaquah Creek is moving forward. Mark has arranged meetings with the City... read more


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