Traction Company

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SEPTA City Transit Division Surface Routes - History
... inherited many of the routes from Philadelphia Transportation Company (PTC), but has frequently elected to replace tracked trolley lines with buses ... started out with several dozen horse car, cable, and traction companies ... uniting under three main operations Electric Traction Company, People's Traction Company, and Philadelphia Traction Company ...
List Of Public Service Corporation Of New Jersey Precursors - Public Service Railway - Jersey City, Hoboken and Paterson Railway
... Bergen Turnpike Company New Jersey Electric Railway Jersey City, Hoboken and Rutherford Electric Railway Paterson, Passaic and Rutherford Electric Railway Grant Street Electric Railway Passaic ...
Thames Valley Traction
... Thames Valley Traction Company Limited was a major bus company operating services to and from Reading, Bracknell, Maidenhead, Newbury, High Wycombe and Oxford and surrounding ... The company's origins were in 1915 as a subsidiary of the British Automobile Traction (BAT) Company Limited (itself a subsidiary of British Electric Traction Company - BET) ... The company was named Thames Valley Traction Company in 1920 ...
List Of Streetcar Lines On Long Island - Suffolk Traction Company
... The Suffolk Traction Company operated between Patchogue, Canaan Lake, and Holtsville in Suffolk County ... The Sayville, and Bayport-Blue Point Lines were originally owned by the South Shore Traction Company ... Holtsville South Ocean Avenue, North Ocean Avenue, Old North Ocean Avenue, Suffolk Traction Boulevard Abandoned ...
List Of Streetcar Lines On Long Island - South Shore Traction Company
... The South Shore Traction Company was based in Sayville, New York ... Brook towards Port Jefferson before it was acquired by the Suffolk Traction Company ... Highway, Candee Avenue Acquired by Suffolk Traction Company, then abandoned ...

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