March 3, 2008
Return, a Sign of Spring
Lowell, Massachusetts. The return of trolleys operating in downtown Lowell is a sure sign of spring as a visitor offering at Lowell National
The first trolley runs of 2008 will be transporting students from Lowell’s Robinson
School on Monday, March 3 as part of
their classes’ participation in Tsongas
Center programs. Two
classes will be climbing aboard at 9:30 am and 10:00 am at the Boott Mills
stop. Along with two other classes they will be moving through downtown Lowell at scheduled intervals until 1:30 pm for sessions
at the Visitor Center and River Transformed Exhibit.
trolleys, replicas of the historic cars that ran in Lowell, operate from March through November
annually. Trolley operators, park staff
in period uniforms, make stops at the Mack Plaza
along Dutton Street,
Boott Mills at the foot of John
Street, and the Tremont Gatehouse near Wannalancit
along French Street.
Schedules are posted at the Boott Mills and Mack Plaza
further information about the trolleys opening day runs, please contact Phil
Lupsiewicz at 978-275-1705 or email@example.com.
PLEASE NOTE: Trolley operations can be cancelled due to
weather conditions including snow and ice on the tracks. With snow anticipated
this weekend, please call to confirm schedule/operation.