Street Railway

Some articles on street, street railway, street railways:

Timeline Of Events In Hamilton, Ontario - 1890–1899
... game being played in Hamilton.) 1890– Hamilton's first Public Library opens up on Main Street West ... MacDonald Tobacco shop, (66 James Street North) ... The first 2 Electric routes were King Street East and James Street North ...
Lynn (MBTA Station) - History - Boston & Maine and MBTA Eras
... built in 1895 on the north side of the tracks off Union Street ... under the Lynn Boston until 1901 when it became part of the Boston Northern Street Railway ... The Bay State Street Railway took over operations in 1911 and joined the Eastern Massachusetts Street Railway in 1919 ...
Henry Melville Whitney - Shipping and Industral Interests
... Whitney established the West End Street Railway Company with himself as president in 1886 as a combination of the five street railways of the Boston area ... In 1889 Whitney and Frederick Stark Pearson, chief engineer of the West End Street Railway Company, formed the Whitney coal syndicate with Benjamin ... into the coal business because his steamships and street-railway electric generators consumed large quantities of coal ...
Sutter Street Railway
... The Sutter Street Railway was originally a horsecar line in San Francisco ... Sutter Street Railway's grip car 46 and trailer 54 have been preserved and are displayed in the San Francisco Cable Car Museum ...

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