List of California Street Railroads - San Jose

San Jose

  • First Street and San Pedro Street Railroad
  • First Street and Willow Glen Railroad
  • North Side Horse Railroad
  • People's Railroad
  • San Jose and Alum Rock Park Motor Company
  • San Jose and Santa Clara Railroad
  • South-East-Side Horse Railroad
  • Willow Glen Railroad

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... playing in the four team Western Conference with RHI stalwarts Anaheim and the San Jose Rhinos, along with the expansion Dallas Stallions ... season, the Coyotes lost their home opener 4–3 in a shootout against San Jose in front of more than 1,200 spectators ...
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