GREAT FALLS – After being off the road last summer the Great Falls Historic Trolley is making a comeback under some new ownership.
Aaron Kueffler is the new owner. He says he was nervous about people not remembering the trolley, but for him, it represents a rich part of the city's history.
“I would like everyone to... hop on and be like, 'Wow, we do have a rich history, a diverse history.' I think that’ll be what a lot of people don’t realize that when they get on it they’ll be exposed to,” Kueffler said.
The trolley currently takes people through downtown on a one-hour adventure or on the historic tour which lasts two hours.
The historic tour goes through the Veterans Memorial, Black Eagle Dam, and even historic politician Paris Gibson’s house.
The Trolley will be operating until the last weekend in September before taking a break from the tours until December.
However, it can still be reserved for weddings and private events.