List of Public Service Railway Lines

List Of Public Service Railway Lines

The Public Service Railway operated the following streetcar lines in the U.S. state of New Jersey. Public Service assigned odd numbers to streetcar routes (as shown here) and even numbers to bus routes.

Read more about List Of Public Service Railway Lines:  Bergen Division, Central Division, Essex Division, Hudson Division, Passaic Division

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