Wednesday, August 03, 2011

The Interurban Era by William Middleton, is available online complete from cover to cover

the Cincinatti and Lake Eire

 This isn't a passenger car. St Louis municipal codes were a problem, so they made this engine look like a passenger car. Expensive, sneaky, but effective
Two engine drivers had a contest to see who could get out of the railyard... they were pretty stubborn at carrying on despite the obvious equality of power, size, and brakes.   Gloversville New York
 New Haven railway 1896, this car seats 80
Provo Utah, 1917

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