OK folks I need some help from the traction folk here. First a little background. I am planning to build my first module. It will be center around a passenger terminal that serves my amusement park. The local trolley company will have a platform as part of the station to take passengers from the railroad to and through the amusement park. I have finally decided on a name for the amusement park: Castle Rock. Castle Rock was a real amusement park in the 1920s and 30s here in Delaware County. It was owned by the Philadelphia & West Chester Traction Company and located along their West Chester Pike Line near the Crum Creek. All traces of Castle Rock are gone today. The park was so utterly demolished there is a debate today where exactly the park was located. All traces of the park were removed and the area was allowed to naturalize for some 60 years before development came to the area. There is a housing development called Castle Rock that is built in the area deemed by most historians to be the location of the park. Since my fictitious RLK&T has a branch line that follows the Crum Creek Valley I figured that Castle Rock would be perfect for me. In my model railroad world the RLK&T enters into an agreement with the P&WCTC to bring passengers to the park and the P&WCTC transports them from the passenger terminal to the park. At first I had envisioned the trolley platform as being a stub. Since I grew up in suburban Philadelphia all my experiences with trolleys was from the Philadelphia Suburban Transit Co. (Red Arrow). PST is the name that the P&WCTC adopted after it had acquired the Philadelphia & Western interurban line. Well PST ran Brill liners which were double ended. As I was beginning to put my ideas on paper I realized that the trolley I had planned on using for this was a Bachmann single ended PCC. Now here is my dilemma. If I want to use the PCC car which was a gift from my wife and daughter I will have to build a loop. I would like to investigate the possibility of adding a Brill liner or other Brill trolley and going with my original stub track idea. I have looked at Bachmann’s Brill trolleys and I think they look too toyish. The only other manufacturer I have found is Bowser which makes a Brill trolley kit. Now for my questions: How is the Bowser Brill trolley kit? Does it run well? How difficult is it to construct? Does anyone make decals or dry transfers for either the Philadelphia & West Chester Traction Co. or Philadelphia Suburban Transit Co. (Red Arrow)? Other than Bachmann and Bowser does anyone else make a Brill trolley?