Below is a current photo of where the Trolley Stop One structure once stood (see our post for yesterday, Monday, February 6, 2017). Eduardo's is the building visible in the bottom right of this photo.
The Trolley (first a roofed, open-sided wagon pulled by a truck, later a step van) offered tours of the village starting in about 1976. The building in yesterday's photo served as ticket office and ice cream stand. In about 1978 the ticket office was moved beside the bank, expanded, and operated as ticket office and a "hamburger & ice cream" self-serve restaurant. Today it serves as the location for Ju-Jitsu instruction, behind Native Seafood.
Photos below are from the Billy Eley Collection at the Ocracoke Preservation Museum.
Our latest Ocracoke Newsletter is Ellen Marie Cloud's first-person
account of the Great Ocracoke Lighthouse Window Heist. You can read it here: http://www.villagecraftsmen.com/news012117.htm.