Guy Trolleybus, Queen Square, Wolverhampton
- Reference Number: P/4433
- Date: [Early 20th cent]
- Level: Item
- Format: Photograph
- Description: A Wolverhampton Corporation Transport owned Guy trolleybus in Queen Square. Note the connecting rods on the roof making contact with the overhead lines. Leading off to the right is North Street with the Town Hall at the bottom. The road to the left (where the other trolleybus is travelling) is Darlington Street. The building to the left is James Beattie's Department store. The building to the right is the Hippodrome concert hall. The image also depicts other popular motorised transport of the time.
- Terms:Public transport
- Terms:Motor vehicle industry
- Terms:First World War (1914-1918)
- Access Status: Open
- Contact: Wolverhampton Archives, Wolverhampton Archives & Local Studies
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