The Seashore Trolley Museum is the oldest and largest museum of its type. It was founded in 1939 with one open trolley car, No. 31 from the Biddeford & Saco Railroad Company. Since then the Museum’s collections have grown to over 250 vehicles encompasing all forms of mass transit, including selected examples from Canada, Europe and the far east. The Museum offers tours of exhibits in three carbarns and “History in Motion” rides on restored historic streetcars. Visitors have access to a balcony over looking the workplace in Town House Retoration Workshop where they can “Watch the Magic Happen” as derelicts are brough back to life. Your ticket is good for day. A typical Museum visitation lasts about an hour and a half. If you are a rail or transit enthusiast your visit is apt to last all day.