April's Program: For almost 80 years the streetcars of Louisville were part of both the growth of the city of the everyday lives of its citizens. Martin Biemer will recount the story of this extensive 5-foot gauge system, its routes, operations, and its large variety of equipment. We will witness the growth of the system from mule cars all the way to the modern PCCs, which arrived on the property but never ran. Streetcars held on until 1948 when the last line was converted to bus, appropriately enough, on Derby Day. It will all be brought back to life for one night, so be sure to climb on and join us for the ride!
The Loop River Room is located on the second floor. After entering the lobby, go through the glass doors on your left for stair and elevator access to the area. Doors open at 6 p.m.
Notice to CERA Members: Beginning in January 2019, anyone attending CERA monthly programs must be a paid member of CERA for 2019. Members will show their cards at the door or their names can be checked in the membership data base. Paid CERA members may bring a guest. Memberships will be sold at the door by credit card or check, no cash, but admission will be restricted to CERA members only.