Recent Event Photographs
2016 Baltimore Streetcar Museum
Scheduled a bit later than usual this year, due to construction work at the Museum, Chesapeake Region held its annual Spring antique car show on Sunday June 26th. The weather was sunny and, with a slight breeze, very pleasant.
Members gathered in the shade of the Visitor's Center roof overhang, socializing and catching up on the latest news in their lives.
John Shenton and his daughter were our "Officers of the Day" and managed all the parking and attendee registrations.
As usual, we had a wide range of vehicles participate.
A wide spectrum of manufacturers and model years were displayed within the corral of streetcars formed by the Visitor's Center loop.
In this photo, representing the "Big Three" are Gary and Paula's 1956 Chevrolet, Tom's 1980 Plymouth Volare, and Dan's 1966 Ford Thunderbird.
Bob's 1966 Ford Mustang and Tom's 1965 Ford F-100 Pickup.
Ruth's 1947 Cadillac and John's 1949 Chrysler Windsor graced the front row.
"Corvette Row" contained Nick and Linda's 1966 and Buzz's 1990.
Bobby brought his uniquely customized 1948 Cadillac Hearse.
Wilmer's 1975 Chevrolet Chevy Van.
Buzz's 1990 Chevrolet Corvette.
Not to be outdone by Paul in his Panama hat, John sported his black derby... and "streetcar" glasses. (Look closely)
Tom and Paula enjoyed a ride on the SEPTA PCC streetcar.
Ruth heeds the "Watch your step" warning posted on the streetcars as she alights from a ride on the SEPTA PCC streetcar.
While our cars were basking in the warm, sunny weather, Most owners sought the shelter of some shade.
A luxury car lineup of Vince's 1938 Buick, Paul's 1993 Lincoln, Ruth's 1948 Cadillac, and John's 1949 Chrysler.
Newsletter Editor Bill carefully photographs the engine of Vince's 1938 Buick.
Car 531 heads down the track to the car barn.
Baltimore Streetcar Museum representative Dan selected Vince's 1938 Buick for the Sponsor's Chioce Award.
Vince stands beside his award-winning car. Congratulations Vince!
The group gathers for the traditional photo, as another antique car show at the Baltimore Streetcar Museum comes to a close.