On August 6, 2015, The Port Authority of NY and NJ turned over PATH car 745 to the Shore Line Trolley museum. This is one of two cars that survived the collapse of the Twin Towers on 9/11. More info in the description.
While a number of local news media covered the parade down to the museum's railhead and the speeches from various officials and politicians, one may wonder what took place after the ceremonies were over and the crowds dispersed. I went over there to document the process of unloading the car and bringing it into the carbarn area. Now, I'm sure there are photos of other cars being delivered to the museum lurking in various collections, but this may be the first publically displayed video of the process. I edited my footage into four parts each roughly ten minutes long, and just finished uploading them yesterday. Links are provided to advance to the next/previous video at the end of Parts 1-3.
Some interesting tidbits and humor come from the various museum staffers.