Spicer Pro

Streatcar Wrecks Photo Gallery

Harold Spicer was an award-winning photographer for the Baltimore News Post from 1939 to 1972. Renown for his spot news photos, assignments included streetcar accidents of the Baltimore Transit Company. His 4x5 Graflex camera produced high-resolution negatives and those photos are now available for purchase as 8x10 glossy prints.

BTC Streetcar Collides with Car

Streetcar vs. Vehicle (1 of 2): BTCO PCC
#30 "Charles & Lafayette" (1949)

BTC Streetcar Collides with Flatbed Truck

Streetcar vs. Vehicle (2 of 2): BTCO PCC
#8 "Paradise Avenue" (1955)

Streetcar vs. Vehicle (set of 2)  $13.99


BTC Streetcar Head-on Collision

Trolley Head-on Collision (1 of 2): BTCO
Peter Witt #15 "Gardenville" (1950)

BTC Streetcar Head-on Collision

Trolley Head-on Collision (2 of 2): BTCO
Peter Witt #15 "Gardenville" (1950)

Trolley Head-on Collision (set of 2)  $13.99

 

BTC Streetcar Collides with Semi Truck

Trolley vs. Semi (1 of 2): BTCO Brill
"Lafayette & Pearl"
Lombard and Albemarle Streets (1946)

BTC Streetcar After Collision with Semi Truck

Trolley vs. Semi (2 of 2): BTCO Brill
"Lafayette and Pearl"
towed to car barn (1946)

Trolley vs. Semi (set of 2)  $13.99


BTC Streetcar Derails into Storefront

Streetcar vs. Storefront (1 of 3): BTCO PCC
#8 "Catonsville"
Pratt and Gilmor Streets (1960)

BTC Streetcar Derails into Storefront

Streetcar vs. Storefront (2 of 3): BTCO PCC
#8 "Catonsville"
Pratt and Gilmor Streets (1960)

BTC Streetcar Derails into Storefront

Streetcar vs. Storefront (3 of 3): BTCO PCC
#8 "Catonsville"
Pratt and Gilmor Streets (1960)

Trolley vs. Semi (set of 2)  $15.99

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