Street and electric railways, 1902

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Electric industries -- United States -- Statistics., Electric railroads -- United States -- Statistics., Street-railroads -- United States -- Statis
StatementPrepared under the supervision of W.M. Steuart, Chief Statistician for Manufactures.
GenreStatistics.
ContributionsDurand, Edward Dana, 1871-, Martin, Thomas Commerford, 1856-1924, Steuart, William Mott, 1861-
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 439 p., 19 leaves of plates :
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Open LibraryOL22441793M

textsStreet and Electric Railways, Special Reports. Street and Electric Railways, Special Reports. Edward Dana Durand, Thomas Commerford Martin, Bureau of the Census, United States, United States Bureau of the Census. Publication date. Street and electric railways, special reports United States.

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Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of Indiana University Language English. Census of Electrical Industries, Street Railways and Trolleybus and Motorbus Operations Author: United States.

Bureau of the Census:. The maps below are from "American Street Railway Investments" published by the Street Railway Journal. [Alabama - Birmingham] "Map Showing Lines Owned and Operared by the Birmingham Railway, Light and Power Co." (MB) [California - San Francisco] "Map of the City of San Francisco Showing the Lines of the Market Street Railway Company" (MB).

Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Notes Publishers:The Street railway publishing company McGraw publishing company. McGraw Electric Railway Manual: The Red Book of American StreetIssue 13 Full view - Appears in 5 books from Page - distinct words, terms, or phrases.

The dictionary is not a mere word-book ; the words, terms, and phrases are invariably followed by a short, concise definition, giving the sense in which they are. Lines which did not fully meet the authors' definitions of an interurban in the book "The Electric Interurban Railways In America", but nevertheless could be considered as interurban railways.

BERKSHIRE STREET RAILWAY Canaan CT-Pittsfield-North Adams () (After ) UNION STREET RAILWAY CO. New Bedford-Fall River (). The book is divided into eight chapters: Portland Area Interurbans (), Oregon Electric Railway (), United Railways (), SP Red Electrics (), Willamette Valley Southern (), Salem Street Railways (), Albany Street Railways () and Eugene Street Railways ().

Portland Street Reviews: 3. STREET AND ELECTRIC RAILWAY Interactive Table of Contents 1 Street and Electric Railways, Part 1 1— 2 Street and Electric Railways, Part 2 — 3 General Tables — 4 Supplemental Table 1—6 — 5 Appendices — 6 Index — Title: Eleventh Census of the United States Volume XV, Part I.

The statistics contained in this section cover all street and electric railways in the United States that were in operation during any part of the year ending J The term "street and electric railways" as here used includes all electric railways irrespective of their length or location, and all street railways irrespective of their motive power.

Home» Books» The Street railway journal v. 20 July-Dec. The Street railway journal v. 20 July-Dec. McGraw Pub. Co, Part of: The Street railway journal Proceedings of the American Electric Railway The Street railway journal. Report of the. ADDITIONAL EARLY STREETCAR COMPANIES Two additional streetcar companies were incorporated in the 's, and existed for a short period.

Northern Electric Railway Co. - to Operated near Cicero Ave. from Lake St. to North Ave., and via North Ave., Central Ave., and west on Grand Ave.

to Austin Ave. About the Pittsburgh Railways Company. The Pittsburgh Railways Company was originally chartered in as the Southern Traction Company.

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It became the operating manager of street railways properties owned or controlled by the Philadelphia Company, Consolidated Traction, United Traction, and Southern Traction Companies in Long Beach Corridor: Dr.

George Hilton and John Due note in their book, "The Electric Interurban Railways In America," that, in terms of traffic density, the line to Long Beach was Pacific Electric's busiest and most profitable.

The mile route opened on July 4, and witnessed regular, high-speed, and frequent service for decades. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.

The Street and Electric Railways Census of December reported that the Orangeburg City Street Railway owned and operated miles of track and had $, in capital stock. The American Street Railway Investments magazines of,and reported that the Orangeburg City Street Railway had 3 miles of track (horse), 6 horses, and.

the Douglas Street Railway was destined to become southeastern Arizona's fir L street railway, beginning operations five years ahead of Bisbee. Occasionally one hears or reads that the Douglas streetcar system was narrow gauge, at lea t as it was built in (see Jeffrey,p.

13), but all [remaining] evidence. Book. Brill magazine v. 10 Brill magazine v. 11 Proceedings of the American Electric Railway Engineering Association containing a complete report of the Annual Convention, held at Annual Meeting of the American Street Railway Association 21st The Street & Electric Railways Census of reported that the Rock Hill Water Supply, Electric Light & Street Railway Company had miles of track and $5, in capital stock.

The Street Railway Journal of November reported that the Rock Hill Water Supply, Electric Light & Street Railway Company had miles of track (horse) and 4 cars. From other sources, such as the Electric Railway Journal periodicals and books, such as Thomas Fetters' book entitled "Palmetto Traction - Electric Railways of South Carolina" (), the following known towns either chartered or publicly announced plans to build street railways, but these never materialized: Abbeville (), Camden ( Consist of eleven volumes of letter books beginning with his work for the Edison Company and ending with the absorption of the Sprague Electric Company by General Electric in (The years, and are not covered).

The American Street Railway Investments magazine of reported that the Greenville Traction Company had 7 miles of track (electric) and 9 cars. Officers include - President J. Keen, Vice-President George M. Bunting, Secretary H.

Bayard Hodge, and Treasurer H. Keen. Offices at North Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA. Ogden Street Railway Co. () County Traction Co. () Suburban Railroad Co.

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() Chicago & West Towns Railway Co. () Chicago & West Towns Railways, Inc. () Surviving equipment: Car at the Illinois Railway Museum (Union, IL) Major books (all are out of print): Chicago & West Towns Railways, by Robert W. Gibson (Bulletin 3 of. Lines which did not fully meet the authors' definitions of an interurban in the book "The Electric Interurban Railways In America", but nevertheless could be considered as interurban railways.

ALLENTOWN & READING TRACTION CO. Allentown-Kutztown () Kutztown-Reading () SLATE BELT ELECTRIC STREET RAILWAY Nazareth-Bangor ( This article includes a list of references, related reading or external links, but its sources remain unclear because it lacks inline citations. Please help to improve this article by introducing more precise citations.

(June ) (Learn how and when to remove this template messageThe following street, interurban, or other electric railways operated in California. Cornwall Street Railway: An Illustrated History of the Transit Operations of the Cornwall Street Railway ==Light and Power Company - Anthony Clegg and Omer Lavallee - Railfare DC Books, Pickering ON,=ISBN (HC), (SC) Electric Locomotive Rosters - edited by Robert J Wayner - Wayner Publications, New York.

The Lafayette street railway (Bulletin / Electric Railway Historical Society) [Chambers, David W] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Lafayette street railway (Bulletin / Electric Railway Historical Society)Author: David W Chambers. Electric Renamed Berlin & Northern Railway CompanyWaterloo Wellington Railway Company ; ownership transfer to Kitchener PUC Kitchener PUC Street Railway Department: Kitchener and Waterloo: Electric Converted to bus, trolleybus Ion rapid transit: Kitchener and Waterloo: Electric London Street.

Established inMaplewood took its name from a station on the Oregon Electric Railway, which connected Portland to Salem. MARKHAM Auraelius, Flickr // .The Enoshima Electric Railway, which is a 10km line with elevated and on-street trackage, and operated with light, two-car articulated trains. The Fukui Railway Fukubu Line, which operates a variety of express and local services using light rail cars acquired from Nagoya Railroad 's defunct interurban network in Gifu, over a line with an.