MAN/Autodromo low-floor trolleybus in Bologna in 2003
Iveco Crealis trolleybus in Bologna in 2017
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 Fiat/Socimi trolleybus in Milano in 2015. It is operating in a priority carriageway dedicated to emergency vehicles, buses, taxis and cycles. Ordinary traffic uses the carriageways on either side of the busway.
Four-axle articulated trolleybus built by Fiat/Viberti, a type in use in Milano from 1958 until 1997 (1993 photo).
Van Hool AG300T trolleybus in Genova
AnsaldoBreda low-floor trolleybus in Napoli, 2007.
Alfa Romeo trolleybus in Napoli, 1996. The last vehicles of this type were withdrawn in early 2001.
Menarini trolleybus in Parma, 2003.
Van Hool ExquiCity trolleybus in Parma in 2017
Solaris "Trollino" trolleybus in Roma in 2007
Preserved 1959 Fiat trolleybus in San Remo, with Menarini trolleybus passing by, in service
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.