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Birney/Brill Trolley
Connecticut Company 
No.5301-E
 

Birney/Brill Trolley
Municipal Railway
No.5301-C

Birney/Brill Trolley
Philadelphia Transit 
No.5301-D
No.5301-04
No.16951
 

Birney/Brill Trolley
Public Service Company  
No.5301-B

Birney/Brill Trolley
Third Avenue Railway System
No.5301-G
 

Birney/Brill Trolley
United Transit
No.5301-F
No.5301-06
No.16952
 

AHM's Brill Trolley appears with an Introductory Offer advertisement in the February 1976 edition of Railroad Model Craftsman magazine.  Three examples are pictured (Third Ave., Public Service, and Municipal Railway) with a retail of $10.98 and an introductory special offer of $8.88 each.  The AHM ad states the model may be operated from overhead catenary or from regular HO-scale track.  AHM's model was produced in Yugoslavia.

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Above is AHM's parts diagrams for the Trolley.  You may click on any thumbnail image to open a large version for best viewing.

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