3 edition of Washington and Highlands Street Railway Company. found in the catalog.
Washington and Highlands Street Railway Company.
United States. Congress. House. Committee on the District of Columbia
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John E. Merriken Jr.: An obituary published in Sunday's editions of The Sun erroneously listed the date of a memorial service for John E. Merriken Jr. of Simpsonville, 82, a retired Army officer Author: Fred Rasmussen. Market Street Railway Company Stock Certificate. The above 's stock certificate for the Market Street Railway Company in San Francisco was signed and embossed with the company's corporate seal but never issued. Lewis M. Clement spent the later years of his distinguished career working on the design and construction of many of the cable car and electric railway lines in San Francisco and.
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Washington Highlands is bounded by 13th Street SE on the northeast, Oxon Run Park on the northwest and southwest, and Southern Avenue on the southeast. The neighborhood is situated on a series of high hills overlooking the creek known as Oxon Run. It draws its name from the city of Washington, D.C., and the hills on which it was tion(): 8, The Washington, Baltimore and Annapolis Electric Railway (WB&A) was an American railroad of central Maryland and Washington, D.C., built in the 19th and 20th WB&A absorbed two older railroads, the Annapolis and Elk Ridge Railroad and the Baltimore & Annapolis Short Line, and added its own electric streetcar line between Baltimore and arters: Annapolis, Maryland.
Tennyson Street Cultural District - Galleries and artists display and sell their work, offering everything from paintings and photography to Chinese scrolls and stage costumes.
Highlands Street Fair. Every June, this annual event brings live music, tasty food, arts. To Bill's Trolley Pages.
The following pages are dedicated to Trolley and Street Railway Companies that exist, had existed or were planned but never came to be in SW Pennsylvania, Western Maryland, West Virginia and Eastern Ohio. Homestead & Highlands Street Railway Homestead & Mifflin Street Railway Homewood Avenue & Irwin Avenue St.
Rwy. - Naumkeag Street Railway Co. - Lynn & Boston Railroad Co. - Boston & Northern Street Railway - Bay State Street Railway Co. - Eastern Massachusetts Street Railway - streetcars discontinued.
OUTLYING TRANSIT HISTORY (MELROSE-WOBURN) - Wakefield & Stoneham Street Railway. Market Street Railway Company, Market Street Railway Co. south-of-Market streetcars at the Ferry Building, The electric streetcar, made practical in by Frank Sprague in Richmond, Virginia, quickly began eclipsing the cable car as the state-of-the-art for urban American transit, except on the steepest hills.
Bythe. The terminal of the Highland Railway were Grove Hall in the Roxbury District, and Temple Place in the city proper. It was best equipped of the several street car Washington and Highlands Street Railway Company.
book, its cars being handsome specimens of this class of architecture and their bodies were ornamented with the conventional plaid of the Scotch Highlanders, in the center of which on either side was a panel representing some.
Right: Columbia Railway Company Car Barn at 15th and Benning Road NE in the s before its demolition in Library of Congress This Heritage Guide is among a series of guides on the cultural resources and community heritage of the District of Columbia’s eight Size: 4MB.
This cable car is painted in the first version of the locally famous “White Front” livery of Market Street Railway Company, worn by Powell Street cable cars from about until about There were several generations of companies named “Market Street Railway.” This version took over the transit lines operated by United Railroads inafter that company got into financial.
The Boston Elevated Railway Company to lease the West End Street Railway. The original, or Meigs, charter of authorized the construction of an elevated railroad through the congested part of the city, through some of the principal streets, many of which are narrow and bounded on.
Seattle Electric Company trip guide cover, Courtesy MOHAI () Crowd surrounding streetcar during strike against Seattle Electric Co., 2nd Avenue and Pike Street, Seattle, March Courtesy UW Special Collections () Seattle Mayor Ole Hanson operating first municipal car over University Bridge at its dedication, July 1, The Berkshire Street Railway Was A Trolley System Run By The New York New Haven And Hartford Railroad.
It Was Comprised Of Several Local Lines Running Between Hoosick Falls, New York, Bennington, Vermont, Adams Mass., Pittsfield, Mass., Great Barrington, Mass.
and Canaan, CT. Here Are The Lines That Made Up The Berkshire Street Railway. Massachusetts Northeastern Street Railway. Lowell Historical Trolley.
Middleboro New Bedford & Ouset Street Railway. Middlesex Middlesex & Boston. New Bedford Pittsfield Electric Street Railway Pittsfield Electric Street Railway lines were merged with Berkshire Street Railway following a disastrous wreck on February 9, The East Washington was the vestigal remnant of the old Chesapeake Beach Railway which gave up the ghost on Ap The East Washington survived for another 40 years or so on a slim diet of a liquor company needing deliveries by rail and mostly delivering coal by rail to the local power company from the place locally as known Chesapeake Jct, the interchange with the B&O near the.
Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada: In the High Court of Justice [electronic resource]: between the corporation of the city of Toronto, plaintiffs, and the Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada and the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, defendants, re York Street Bridge: documents for use at trial.
The Seattle Municipal Street Railway was a city-owned streetcar network that served the city of Seattle, Washington and its suburban neighborhoods from to It was a successor to the horse-drawn Seattle Street Railway established in In Stone & Webster began forming the system out of smaller lines, the oldest of which had roots from Locale: Seattle, Washington.
The Market Street Railway Company came under the jurisdiction of the Railroad Commission, while the municipal lines remained subject to the regulation and supervision of the city.
The municipality retained a five-cent fare even though the system was operated with a deficit. Market Street Railway's original franchises included a five-cent fare. The West End Street Railway began investigating alternatives in the late 19th century, taking inspiration from cable car lines in Washington, D.C.
and Los Angeles. When a cost analysis showed that maintaining cable cars in cold weather would be expensive, because the cables ran underground, the West End Company halted plans for 2 cable car.
Smithsonian Libraries, Natural History Building, 10 th St. and Constitution Ave. NW, Washington DC, | +1 () | Contact Us. Inthe Cincinnati Consolidated Railway and several smaller companies merged into the Cincinnati Street Railway. And ina new state law enabled the Cincinnati Street Railway to acquire all remaining independent street railway companies.
From tothe Cincinnati Street Railway was leased by the Cincinnati Traction Co. Excerpt from History of the West End Street Railway: In Which Is Included Sketches of the Early Street Railway of Boston; Consolidation of the Various Lines; Foreign Street Railways; The Berlin Viaduct; Anecdotes, Etc It having thus been proved, according to Dogberry's immortal phrase, that the scheme was a good scheme, it soon went near to be thought : Louis P Hager.Chicago had one of the largest street railway systems in the world before it was replaced by buses in the s.
In on the eve of the Great Depression, red streetcars operated by Chicago Surface Lines (CSL) were a familiar sight on arterial streets and carried almost million riders—more than the city's other transit systems and automobiles combined.
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