DENVER (CBS4) – The 31st season of the Denver Trolley has begun. The trolley will take you along the South Platte River from Confluence Park to Mile High Stadium.

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This is the last operating trolley in the city providing a unique way for riders to take in some of Denver’s history.

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“We give some of the history that goes back a couple hundred years, and that’s really shown along the river… that floods that were here in the 60s, back to the 1800s the founding of the city,” said Ethan Yazzie-Mintz, a spokesman for Denver Trolley.

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The trolley began running in Denver in 1989 as a way to rebuild the area.

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The Denver Trolley runs through Labor Day.