I guess even in a depression you need limos.
This is hard business without heavy traffic and sales.
One limo rental every 4 weeks is not going to cut it....
Oh well...I wish them well.
The trolley is a different story.
Rockport — It looks like a quiet, residential road in Rockport until one gets to Jim Gamage Jr.'s house.
Parked outside is a fleet of trolleys, super stretch limousines and other vehicles.
Gamage started the All Aboard Trolley Co. about seven years ago. His goal was to bring some of the old-fashioned charm and nostalgia of trolleys back and fit them into the sightseeing business in Midcoast Maine.
He had been running the company with two 23-passenger trolleys.
In January Gamage purchased seven vehicles as part of a package deal from a man in Massachusetts who was going out of business due to a divorce.