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Streatcar Wrecks Photo Gallery

Harold Spicer was an award-winning photographer for the Baltimore News Post in the 1950s. Renown for his spot news photos, assignments included trolley crashes of the Baltimore Transit Company. His 4x5 format camera captured amazing clarity. Credit watermark does not appear on 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)  $12.99


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)  $12.99

 

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)  $12.99


BTC Streetcar Derails into Storefront

Streetcar vs. Storefront (1 of 3): BTCO PCC
#8 "Catonsville"
Pratt and Gilmor Streets (1961)

BTC Streetcar Derails into Storefront

Streetcar vs. Storefront (2 of 3): BTCO PCC
#8 "Catonsville"
Pratt and Gilmor Streets (1961)

BTC Streetcar Derails into Storefront

Streetcar vs. Storefront (3 of 3): BTCO PCC
#8 "Catonsville"
Pratt and Gilmor Streets (1961)

Trolley vs. Storefront (set of 3)  $14.99


Gyrocopter Photo Gallery

Bill Spicer built a Bensen Gyrocopter from a $2,000 kit 1972. Bill flew his gyro over Maryland cruising at 45 mph and an altitude of 5,000 feet. Bill crashed upon landing at his Randallstown home in 1973. Bill was injured and his gyro never flew again, but he continued to fly aircraft and enjoyed aerobatics.

Bill Spicer with Homebuilt Gyrocopter

Gyrocopter (1 of 2):
Homebuilt by Bill Spicer (1972)

Bill Spicer Flies and Crashes Gyrocopter

Gyrocopter (1 of 2):
Montage of flights and crash (1972)

Gyrocopter (set of 2)  $12.99


Lucky Teter Photo Gallery

In 1942, Lucky Teter and his Hell Drivers were performing at Baltimore Stadium. Harold Spicer was contracted by Lucky to take nighttime photos of his three 100-foot jumps. Later in the tour Earl "Lucky" Teter was killed at the Indiana State Fairgrounds in Indianapolis performing the same stunt.

Lucky Teter Stunts

Lucky Teter montage of stunts (1 of 2):
Baltimore Stadium (1942)

Lucky Teter Ramp Jump

Lucky Teter Ramp Jump (2 of 2):
 Baltimore Stadium (1942)

Lucky Teter (set of 2)  $14.99


Playing with Trains Photo Gallery

Billy Spicer loved playing with his O Scale trains. He also got to play on real locomotives at a train graveyard. His dad created a photo series in 1949, 1953, and 1965 of Billy standing on tank cars. Bill added a fourth shot to the series in 2017.

First O Scale Train Set 1948

First O Scale Train Set (1 of 3):
Baltimore, MD (1948)

Expanded O Scale Trains 1949

Expanded O Scale Trains (2 of 3):
Baltimore, MD (1949)

O Scale Train Board 1950

O Scale Train Board (3 of 3):
Baltimore, MD (1950)

O Scale Trains (set of 3)  $12.99


First O Scale Train Set 1948

Southern Railway Graveyard (1 of 3):
Loco #635 Baltimore, MD (1954)

Lucky Teter Stunts

Southern Railway Graveyard (2 of 3):
Loco #835 Baltimore, MD (1954)

Lucky Teter Ramp Jump

Southern Railway Graveyard (3 of 3):
Loco #1490 Baltimore, MD (1954)

Southern Railway Graveyard (set of 3)  $12.99


Western Maryland Locomotive #1206

Western Maryland Locomotive #1206
Cumberland, MD (1948)
$9.99

Billy Spicer Tank Car Montage 1948-2017

Billy Spicer Tank Car Montage
Age 3 to 70 (1949-2017)
$9.99

Locomotive Cake 1950

Billy Spicer with Locomotive Cake
created by Harold S. Spicer (1950)
$9.99


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