There are five remaining car barns. The two barns on the northeast corner of Central and Bond by a continuous brick facade as have the two barns on the southeast corner. The fifth barn is located to the south along the alley. The structures are all two-stories high and have a yellow-brick exterior. (However, the walls on the alley side of each of the barns are constructed with red brick. This may be because red brick was a less expensive material, therefore it was used where it was not seen.) The roof structure is probably steel frame although the ceiling have been dropped and the framing is not visible. The foundation are stone block-in-course. All of the building have arched windows which have received a variety of treatments; some have been entirely bricked over; some have been filled with glass block; and others have been replaced with modern windows. The trolley tracks are still visible on the floors of the structures. The buildings are currently used as the main offices of the Transit Authority and for storage and maintenance of the system’s buses.
Source: Historic American Engineering Record, National Park Service