2 edition of Baltimore streetcars, 1905-1963 found in the catalog.
Baltimore streetcars, 1905-1963
Bernard J. Sachs
|Statement||by Bernard J. Sachs, George F. Nixon, and Harold E. Cox.|
|Contributions||Nixon, George F., Cox, Harold E., Baltimore Streetcar Museum.|
|LC Classifications||TF725.B33 S23 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 138 p. :|
|Number of Pages||138|
|LC Control Number||82234310|
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Used Book. Herbert H. Harwood here gives us a glorious 1905-1963 book of Baltimore in the heyday of the streetcar, combining the story of lines and equipment with a nostalgic view of Baltimore when so many of her people relied on street railways.
From the late s through World War II, streetcars transported Baltimore's population to and from work, play, and just about everything else. The Baltimore Streetcar Museum is a nonprofit facility dedicated to the preservation of Baltimore's public transit history, especially from the street-railway era.
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"Mail Delivery By Trolley - The Story of Baltimore's Railway Post Office Streetcars" - by David B. Ditman () SEMI-CONVERTIBLES “ Baltimore Streetcars – The Semi-Convertible Era”, by Bernard J. Sach, George Baltimore streetcars. Nixon and Harold E. Cox. BIRMINGHAM, AL. STREET RAILWAYS "Street Railways of Birmingham", Alvin W.
Hudson & Harold E. The demise of the Baltimore streetcar took place between the years of andhastened by National City Lines ' acquisition, which said that buses offered lower maintenance and had greater flexibility in traffic.
With its rails demolished, Baltimore was no longer a streetcar city. The Baltimore Streetcar Museum was founded as a nonprofit organization on June 8,by several members of the Baltimore Chapter of the National Railroad Historical Society. The City of Baltimore agreed to build the museum and lease it to the Key holdings: 4 ft 8 ¹⁄₂ in (1, mm).
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Herbert H. Harwood here gives us a glorious picture of Baltimore in t 4/5(2). Handsomely done history of Baltimore's streetcars, from the horse-drawn cars of to the light rail renaissance of The author details the colorful and fascinating story of Baltimore's street railways, covering the companies and car lines, promoters and politicians, the people who worked the cars, and the equipment that made it all work.5/5(1).
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This is a website the Baltimore Streetcar Museum, located at Falls Road, P.O. BoxBaltimore, Maryland For Information, call the information phone at () The Baltimore Streetcar Museum is open year round on Sundays from Noon to 5PM, and on Saturdays during June through October, from Noon - 5PM. This great old photo shows the old streetcars of Baltimore running through Towson back in October of A short one month later, President Kennedy would be assassinated in Dallas.
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Picture Courtesy of the Baltimore Transit Company Archives. The Streetcar has a long history with Baltimore. The first electric railway to see regular usage was in Baltimore.
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