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This is a gallery showing a few examples of trolleybuses in each country.
Many more files are located in Category:Trolleybuses by country and other Trolleybus categories.
Trolebús ZiU, de origen ruso, en Córdoba. / Russian-built ZIU trolleybus in Córdoba
Trolebús de origen chino, en Córdoba. / Chinese-built Norinco trolleybus in Córdoba
Trolebús en Mendoza. / Ex-Solingen, Germany trolleybus in Mendoza
Trolleybus on line K, built by Volvo/Marcopolo/ Powertronics
Side of Volvo trolleybus, showing name of operator (Semtur)
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Mafersa/Villares Trolleybus - Ana Costa ave. in Santos, 2005
Mafersa/Villares Trolleybus - Ruy Barbosa Sq. in Santos, 2008
Ikarus 280T trolleybus in Sofia
BBC-built trolley bus in Edmonton
Preserved 1954 CCF-Brill trolleybus in Edmonton
Flyer E700A trolleybus in Toronto
Flyer E901A/E902 trolleybus in Vancouver
Vancouver's third generation of trolley buses (New Flyer / Vossloh Kiepe E40LFR)
2009-built articulated trolleybus in Vancouver
Low-floor E40LFR in Vancouver
Drawing of a 1947 Pullman trolleybus in Valparaíso
Trolleybuses in Valparaíso in 2008
1952 Pullman trolleybus in service in 1996 (same type continues in use in 2010)
Ex-Zürich trolleybus 105 in Valparaíso
Valparaíso with the Custom House in the background
An ex-Geneva articulated trolleybus (built in 1965 by Berna), in Valparaíso, Chile.
Interior view of 1947-built Pullman-Standard trolleybus No. 832, in Valparaíso, Chile, in 1996. This vehicle and several other Pullman trolleybuses are still in service in 2010.
1952 Pullman-Standard trolleybus 709 entering Plaza Sotomayor from Calle Serrano in
British made trolleybus in Shanghai, China, circa 1920s
Qingdao Sunwin trolleybus in Qingdao, China
Shanghai Sunwin trolleybus in Shanghai, China
Trolleybus in Guangzhou, China
An articulated Solaris trolleybus in Tallinn
Trolleybus in Tallinn 2006
Trolleybus in Tallinn 2007
Trolleybus operating in heavy snow in Tallinn
Trolleybuses [ edit ]
Hess Swisstrolley 4, Limoges
Irisbus Cristalis ETB 18, Lyon
Guided trolleybuses [ edit ]
Guided trolleybus of Caen [ edit ]
Two vehicles side by side
Alfa Romeo trolleybus in Athens (1981).
Neoplan low-floor trolleybus in Athens, in 2005.
Preserved, vintage Fiat trolleybus of the Pireaus system (2009).
German trolleybus from 1901 in Eberswalde
German trolleybus from 1940 in Eberswalde
Historical Skoda-trolleybus in Eberswalde, Germany
Modern trolleybus in Eberswalde
Soviet-built ZIU-9 trolleybus in Budapest
Historical trolleybus from 1905 in Ótátrafüred (Starý Smokovec)
Škoda 15Tr trolleybus at Imam Hossein Square in Tehran
Škoda 15Tr trolleybus at Rah Ahan Square
Škoda 15Tr trolleybus at Rah Ahan Square
Cristalis trolleybus in Milan, Italy. In the background can be seen part of Milan's central railway station. The leaf motifs represent a type of tree which grows along many of the tree-lined avenues served by trolleybus routes 90/91 which these vehicles operate on.
A rear view of the Milan, Italy, Cristalis trolleybus seen in image Milano-Cristalis1.jpg. It is operating on a priority carriageway dedicated to emergency vehicles, buses, taxis and cycles. Ordinary traffic uses the carriageways on either side of the hedges.
AnsaldoBreda low-floor trolleybus in Napoli, 2007.
Alfa Romeo trolleybus in Napoli, 1996. The last vehicles of this type were withdrawn in early 2001.
Trolleybuses in Rimini, 2007.
Trolleybus in Tateyama tunnel
Two Škoda 14Tr trolleybuses in Riga, Latvia
An articulated Solaris trolleybus in Riga in 2009
Two Škoda 14Tr trolleybuses in Riga
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A MASA trolleybus loading in 1990
A 1988 trolleybus in the silver livery, adopted in 1990
A 1998 MASA trolleybus in the livery introduced in 1995
A 1997 MASA trolleybus in newer (2009) livery
Trolleybus ZiU (Trolza)-682G00 - 143 at intersection of Stefan cel Mare str and 1 mai str
Trolleybus Trans-Alpha VMZ-5298.00 "Lider" - 160
Škoda 14TrM in front of Chișinău Cathedral
YuMZ T2 on Stephen the Great Avenue
Berkhof Premier AT18/Traxis
Articulated Arnhem Trolleybus demonstrating its four wheel steering (front and rear axles)
Volvo trolleybuses in Wellington
Modern low-floor trolleybus in Wellington, built in 2008 by
Wellington trolleybus (retired)
The trolleybus in Bergen (line 2), at Mannsverk
The Bergen trolleybus in Strandkaien
Skoda trolleybus at Bergen Technical Museum
Trolleybus Jelcz PR110E in Lublin
Trolleybus Jelcz 120ME in Gdynia
Trolleybus Mercedes O405NT in Gdynia
Trolleybus Solaris Trollino 12T in Gdynia
Trolleybus Jelcz 120MT in Tychy
One of first Soviet trolleybus LK-1
Double-decker-trolleybus in Moscow
ZiU-9 trolleybus in Nizhny Novgorod
ZiU-9 trolleybus in Tomsk
VZTM-5280 trolleybus in Tomsk
Trolleybus Škoda in Bratislava
Trolleybus Škoda in Bratislava (2)
Trolleybus Škoda in Bratislava (3)
Solaris Trollino in Landskrona
Modern YuMZ T2 trolleybus in Donetsk, Ukraine
LAZ E183 in Ternopil, Ukraine
Trolleybus in Kiev, Ukraine
Škoda 9TR trolleybus in Simferopol, Ukraine (Crimea)
YuMZ T2 trolleybuses in Poltava, Ukraine
Trolleybuses in Zaporizhzhya, Ukraine
Trolleybuses at the Black Country Living Museum. The rear (dark green and cream) vehicle is from Derby and the front (light green and yellow) vehicle is from Wolverhampton. The red bus in the distance is a motor bus.
Ex-Walsall trolleybus at the Black Country Living Museum. As this is a large museum covering an extensive area the trolleybuses (and tram) provide a useful service linking various sections of the complex with the main entrance. As such this is the only operating double-deck trolleybus route anywhere globally.
Ex Bournemouth open top trolleybus No.202. Seen at the East Anglia Transport Museum, summer 2006. In the background can be seen the back of a former Solingen (Germany) trolleybus.
Neoplan low-floor trolleybus near Harvard Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts (Boston area)
ETI trolleybus of GDRTA in Dayton, Ohio
1976 Flyer E800 trolleybus in Dayton (1987)
Philadelphia: 1947 ACF-Brill trolleybus on route 79 in 1978
San Francisco Muni
ETI trolleybus in downtown area
Overhead trolley wires at intersection of two routes in
Breda articulated trolleybus, former dual-mode bus, in Seattle
Gillig/GE-Alstom trolleybus in Seattle, built in 2002
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Trolleybus of Mérida, running in diesel mode at the depot/garage
A Mérida trolleybus in its exclusive lane
Overhead wires, Arnhem (NL)
Trolleybus wires on tree-lined street