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Philadelphia Electrified Rail Lines in Color
Stock #: KB11098
Author: Kenneth C. Springirth

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Take a detailed look at electrified operations around “The City of Brotherly Love”.  Includes Philadelphia’s streetcars, the Broad Street Subway Line, the Market-Frankford Elevated Line, Red Arrow, Norristown High Speed Line, LVT, the Lindenwold Line, PRR, and Reading. Hard cover.

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Chicagoland Electrified Railroads
Stock #: KB10984
Author: Kenneth C. Springirth

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A colorful look at the North Shore, South Shore, Aurora & Elgin, Illinois Central, and Chicago Street operations in the mid-twentieth century. Hard cover.

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Greater Erie Trolleys
Stock #: 15063
Author: Kenneth C. Springirth

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This book illustrates the vital role trolley cars played in the expansion of the urban population. It documents the beginning of pleasure travel with photos of the special trolley car excursions from Erie to Elk Park for picnics, dances and sporting events. Filled with vintage B&W photos. Soft cover. more»

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Johnstown Trolleys and Incline (Pennsylvania)
Stock #: 12715
Author: Kenneth C. Springirth

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The Johnstown flood on May 31, 1889, virtually demolished the horsecar lines of the Johnstown Passenger Railway Company, resulting in the system being rebuilt with electric trolley cars. Johnstown Trolleys and Incline covers the history of the trolley car system, trackless trolleys, and the Johnstown Inclined Plane. Includes vintage photos. Soft Cover more»

Subject: Trains


Southeastern Pennsylvania Trolleys
Stock #: 13280
Author: Kenneth C. Springirth

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An extensive number of trolley car lines linked the city of Philadelphia to the rich farmland and picturesque towns of southeastern Pennsylvania. These trolley lines traversed miles of narrow streets lined with row houses whose residents were proud working-class Americans. These historic photographs trace the trolley cars’ routes, including Route 23, the region’s longest urban trolley route, from the expanses of Northwest Philadelphia’s Chestnut Hill through the crowded commercial Center City to South Philadelphia. Soft Cover. more»

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Toronto Trolleys In Color
Stock #: 17184
Author: Kenneth C. Springirth

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The trolley system of the largest city in Canada is comprehensively examined in full color. Includes a roster, Toronto's Tour Trams, Routes, 501, 502, 503, 507, 511, 512, 521 and 522, and more. 128 pages. Hard Cover.

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Arcade & Attica Railroads
Stock #: 17033
Author: Springirth

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In 1881, a narrow-gauge railroad was built in southwestern New York, from Attica to Arcade. It was later rebuilt to standard gauge to connect with what became the Pennsylvania Railroad. Concerned that the line would be abandoned, local farmers, merchants, and others raised money to purchase the railroad and formed the Arcade and Attica Railroad. Soft Cover. more»

Subject: Trains


Northwestern Pennsylvania Railroads
Stock #: 13890
Author: Kenneth C. Springirth

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Erie's rail link to Philadelphia was achieved in 1864 with the completion of the Philadelphia and Erie Railroad, which later became part of the Pennsylvania Railroad. By 1869, railroad lines from Buffalo through Erie to Chicago were consolidated into the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway, which later became part of the New York Central. Completed in 500 days the parallel New York, Chicago and St. Louis Railroad, known as the Nickel Plate Road was completed. Photographs brings to life the history of the railroads that served the region. Soft cover. more»

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Oil Creek and Titusville Railroad
Stock #: KB10636
Author: Kenneth C. Springirth

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In 1859, when oil was successfully drilled near Titusville, the closest railroad was 27 miles away. To fill a transportation need, the Oil Creek Railroad line was completed from Corry to Titusville in 1862, eventually becoming part of the Pennsylvania Railroad in 1900. Soft Cover more»

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