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The KenoshaTransit Electric Streetcar opened on June 17, 2000 (with regularly scheduled service starting on June 19, 2000) and runs on a 2 mile loop connecting the Kenosha Metra Station with the Kenosha Transit Center and the Harbor Walk along Lake Michigan via 56th and 54th Streets. The fleet of the Kenosha Streetcar system are seven ex-Toronto PCC Cars The line runs in a mix of grassy medians and within streets. Similarly to the Route F Market Street line, each of the streetcars is painted in a different heritage livery. The line operates every day of the year (although with more limited hours than the average transit line) except for weekdays in January and February and certain Holidays.
All photos taken on 30 October, 2011

Car #4615 (painted for Johnstown/Kenosha) stops at the Transit Center stop
Car #4615 decorated for Halloween
Another view inside Car #4615 nicely decked out for Halloween
Spinder webs beneath Kenosha Electric Railway signs
Car #4615 stopped at 56th Street and 8th Avenue
Car #4615 runs down 56th Street
The stop at 56th and 8th Avenue
Car #4615 approaches the siding tracks at 56th Street and 1st Avenue
Car #4615 prepares to cross some lanes of 56th Street as it curves and becomes Ring Road
Car #4615 runs along Lake Michigan
Car #4615 runs through Harbor Park
The Celebration Place Station with two benches
The 2nd Avenue/Kenosha Civil War Museum Station
Banners for 10th Anniversary of the Kenosha Streetcar
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