2 edition of Street, interurban, and rapid transit railways of the United States found in the catalog.
Street, interurban, and rapid transit railways of the United States
Thomas R. Bullard
by H.E. Cox in Forty Fort, PA (80 Virginia Terr., Forty Fort 18704)
Written in English
|Statement||by Thomas R. Bullard.|
|LC Classifications||Z7234.S8 B84 1984, TF723 B84 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||89 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||89|
|LC Control Number||84189666|
Interurban Press was a small, privately owned American publishing company, specializing in books about streetcars, other forms of rail transit and railroads in North America, from until It was based in the Los Angeles area, and specifically in Glendale, California after . RAILWAYS, INTERURBANRAILWAYS, INTERURBAN. Electric interurban trains grew out of city-based networks of electric streetcars, commonly known as trolleys. Transit companies nationwide began to electrify their lines following the successful installation of a so-called "Sprague" system in Richmond, Virginia, in Inventors had been experimenting with electricity as a source .
Growth and decline The interurban movement began in the mid's, on the heels of the electrification of street railways, when advances in power-distribution technology permitted the transmission of electricity over greater distances than had been possible. Fiscal Year Data: Passenger Miles: 2,, Unlinked Passenger Trips:: , Average Trip Length (miles): Fares Collected: $, Operating Expenses.
A heritage railway (United Kingdom), preserved railway (United Kingdom), or tourist railroad (United States and Canada) is a term used for a railway which is run as a tourist attraction, is usually but not always run by volunteers, and seeks to re-create railway scenes of the List of heritage railwaysBus: Bus, list, type, Bus rapid transit, . Street, Interurban and Rapid Transit Railways of the United States, A Selective Historical Bibliography: James Henwood: Bullard, Thomas R. and Shapotkin, William M. Faster Than the Limiteds: The Story of the Chicago-New York Air Line Railroad and its Transformation into Gary Railways: LeRoy O. King, Jr. Burg, William.
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Get this from a library. Street, interurban, and rapid transit railways of the United States: a selective historical bibliography. [Thomas R Bullard]. This is a list of interurban railways in North America. Elsewhere, the term was not used or did not have the same meaning.
The vast majority of these systems are defunct. All were opened primarily as passenger carriers, although many survived as freight railways after passenger service ceased. British Columbia.
Nova Scotia. 4 United States. The first interurban to emerge in the United States was the Newark and Granville Street Railway in Ohio, interurban opened in It was not a major success, but others followed.
 The development of the automobile was then in its infancy, and to many investors interurbans appeared to be future of local transportation. interurban railways. Individual interurban lines are sorted by the American states where they operated, and each rail line's history is featured.
The book contains articles about railway cars, passenger routes, freight services. and more It has information about all interurban transit companies. The book is not a picture book, although it does haveCited by: Street, Interurban, and Rapid Transit Railways of the United States.
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Stamp and John F. Bromley, entitled Riding the Radials: Toronto’s Suburban Electric Streetcar Lines and TTC ‘28 respectively. If you are looking for a detailed history not only of interurban service on Yonge Street, but on all the. Interurban and streetcar railways flourished in Syracuse, New York until the automobile, airplane and bus took their place.
The trolley or streetcar served travel within the city limits of Syracuse as early as In the beginning they were either horse-drawn or fueled by steam and by the end of the 19th century they were electric driven. Detroit Street Railways V3 – When Eastern Michigan Rode the Rails – CERA Bulletin # is the history of Detroit’s Street Railways But the paving of such roads in the 's and 's made the local interurban lines obsolete, with buses able to do the job more economically.
The Midwestern United States had the highest concentration of electric interurban railways, when interurbans were a popular form of transportation in the country in the early part of the century. Metropolitan Railways is a large-scale, extensively illustrated volume that deals with the growth and development of urban rail transit systems in North America.
It traces the history of rail transit technology from such impractical early schemes as a proposed steam-powered "arcade railway" under New York's Broadway through today's 4/5(1).
The Interurban Transit Partnership was formed in to operate a public transportation system they named The Rapid to provide services for the Grand Rapids metro area and beyond.
It is organized and operates under Michigan Public Act of with a member board of directors representing the six municipalities in the service area. Research and modeling of Interurban Railways in the United States 3D drawing 3D printing of scale models.
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Lines which did not fully meet the authors' definitions of an interurban in the book "The Electric Interurban Railways In America", but nevertheless could be considered as interurban railways.
BERKSHIRE STREET RAILWAY Canaan CT-Pittsfield-North Adams () Replacement bus companies: Berkshire Street Railway (until ) Yellow Coach Lines. RAILWAYS, URBAN, AND RAPID TRANSIT. RAILWAYS, URBAN, AND RAPID TRANSIT systems have since the s been indispensable to large cities and advantageous to smaller ones, moving many people while using relatively little space.
While sail-powered ferryboats served Manhattan in the colonial era, non-waterborne local mass transportation service in the United. Quinby, Cdr. Interurban Interludes: A History of the New Jersey Rapid Transit Company. Model Craftsman Publishing Corp., Ramsey, NJ, Ford, Robert S.
Red Trains in the East Bay: The History of the Southern Pacific Transbay Train and Ferry System. With trains atop heavy rail, minute headways, total grade separation, and intersection free elevated routing, it was clearly a “Rapid Metro system.” The K&I Bridge Companies elevated line electrified two years ahead of the famous Chicago “L” trains, and set record breaking other firsts in the nation and world of electric rapid transit.
Q What can you tell me about an interurban railroad that ran from Chicago to Elgin, Ill.? — Jim Studnicka, Chicago A The Chicago Aurora & Elgin, originally incorporated as the Aurora Elgin & Chicago inran west from Wells Street in Chicago to Wheaton, Ill., where the main line split into two branches: one to Elgin and one to Aurora with a sub branch to Batavia.- Explore yak's board "Interurban" on Pinterest.
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