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Q (New York City Subway Service) - History of "Q" Services and Their Predecessors - 1878–1920
... On August 18, 1878 service was extended north from Prospect Park to Atlantic Avenue west of Franklin Avenue, a location known as Bedford Terminal of the BB CI ... Initially, service operated during the summer season only ... a short northerly elevated extension of the Brighton Line (since reorganized as the Brooklyn Brighton Beach Railroad) to the corner of Franklin Avenue and ...
Port Fairy Railway Line - Line Guide
... Port Fairy line Legend 0 km Southern Cross 1.7 km North Melbourne North East line towards Albury-Wodonga Serviceton line towards Ballarat / Bendigo line 4.9 km Footscray Western SG via Newport-Sunshine line 10.6 ...
Østensjø Line - History
... The Østensjø Line opened as a suburban tramway extension of the Vålerenga Line from Etterstad to Oppsal ... The Vålerenga Line had opened as a street tram on 3 May 1900 by Kristiania Sporveisselskab (KSS) ... An agreement was made with KSS, where the latter extended its Line 17 from that operated on the Homansbyen Line and the Vålerenga Line ...
Yellow Line (WMATA) - History
... In 1959, the study's final report included two rapid transit lines which anticipated subways in downtown Washington ... National Capital Region report, which did not include the route that became the Yellow Line ... its 98-mile (158 km) Adopted Regional System (ARS) which included the Yellow Line from Franconia and Blacklick Road (in Springfield) to Greenbelt ...
Television Standards Conversion - Historical Standards Conversion Techniques - Orthicon To Orthicon
... This method was used by Ireland to convert 625 line service to 405 line service ... RTÉ used this method during the latter years of its use of the 405 line system ... A standards converter was used to provide the 405 line service, but according to more than one former RTÉ engineering source the converter blew up ...

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