This "Tower Car" was built by PE in its own shops in 1915. It was used to maintain the overhead trolley wire.
Named after the favored pack animal of the old west, Burro Cranes are small four-wheeled cranes designed to operate on rails.
This car is a self-propelled crane car (a.k.a. "derrick") that operated in Los Angeles for more than 50 years.
This car was used to work on the overhead trolley wire; it has a movable platform on its roof from which workers had easy access to the trolley wire.
This car was used to build overhead trolley wire; in addition to having a rooftop platform to provide workers with access to the wire it has plenty of room to carry tools and supplies.