Toonerville trolley

Too′ner•ville trol′ley

(ˈtu nərˌvɪl)
n.
a dilapidated, outmoded trolley line or railway.
[after the train in the comic strip Toonerville Trolley by U.S. cartoonist Fontaine T. Fox (1884–1964)]
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Louisville, KY, April 04, 2018 --(PR.com)-- The Toonerville Trolley Neighborhood Association (TTNA) and District 6 Metro Council President David James are proud to again present the 7th Annual Old Louisville Springfest on Saturday, May 19th from 10 a.m.
Springfest is moving a few blocks from First Street to the revitalized Toonerville Trolley Park in historic Old Louisville.
The Toonerville Neighborhood Association has worked with the Metro Parks on improving Toonerville Trolley Park for about 5 years.
Wilna Hervey a six-foot-three-inch, three-hundred-pound heiress won the role of "The Powerful Katrinka" in the Toonerville Trolley comedies of the early nineteen-twenties through her impressive size.
Born into a wealthy family, Wilna Hervey gained popularity in silent films playing "The Powerful Katrinka" in the Toonerville Trolley comedies.
The rooms not only include original plank floors and beams, but a 1936 drawing of a "Toonerville Trolley" cartoon character done by Carl Miller, who used to work at Monroe Feed & Seed.
WHY WAS I ON THIS TOONERVILLE TROLLEY IN THE FIRST PLACE, YOU ASK?