2 edition of Electric railways of Indiana. found in the catalog.
Electric railways of Indiana.
Central Electric Railfans" Association.
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Electric Railways of Indiana, Winona Railroad Article  Description: Electric Railways of Indiana published by the Central Electric Railfans' Association in Those same initials also stood for the Central Electric Railway Association, an organization that was founded in by some 38 Ohio and Indiana interurban companies initially to establish a common mileage book. Such a book was a coupon book that would permit a passenger to make short trips in various directions at a standard mileage rate on.
The first electric streetcar railway in Indiana, the Lafayette Street Railway, opened in South Bend on 30 August By streetcar systems operated in Indianapolis, Richmond, Kokomo, Vincennes, Fort Wayne, Anderson, Muncie, Elwood, Terre Haute, Columbus, Logansport, and Evansville. Streetcars operated in Indiana cities until The Queen City Electric Railway officially began in early under company president Russell B. Harrison. Construction of the tracks was not completed until late The Queen City Electric Railway competed with other Marion, Indiana street railways such as the Marion Street Railway and later the Marion City Railway.
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Northern Indiana Railways (Bulletin / Electric Railway Historical Society 6) by Bradley, George K and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Central Electric Railfans' Association.
Electric railways of Indiana. Chicago: Central Electric Railfans' Association. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Marlette, Jerry.
Electric railroads of Indiana. Indianapolis: Hoosier Heritage Press, Preserved North American Electric Railway Cars Hicks, Frank Central Electric Railfans' Association list of annual interurban Bulletins releases and authors. Many Bulletins are about Indiana interurbans.
Indiana Railroad predecessor THI&E photos from Dave's Electric Railroads very large site of interurban arters: Indianapolis, Indiana. Interurban Railway Materials. Books and Printed Materials. Bradley, George K The northern Indiana railways.
Chicago, Ip no. 26 [Pamphlet] Brown, Robert A. Electric railroads in Sullivan County, Indiana, ?. I Be. Chicago South Shore and South Bend Railroad: First and fastest.
Chicago, Ip no. 7 [Pamphlet]. Northern Indiana Railway: Ohio Electric Railway: Richmond Street and Interurban Railway: Terre Haute, Indianapolis and Eastern Traction Company: Indiana Railroads collection, Rare Books and Manuscripts, Indiana State Library This page was last edited on 21 Aprilat (UTC).
Text is available under the. The construction of the Howard Street tunnel through Baltimore in order to make a rail connection to New York City brought about the world's first mainline electrification.
Operation began in with three General Electric locomotives. These locomotives only worked pulling northbound trains; southbound traffic simply coasted through this section, which was all downhill. Less than a years ago, before the existance of paved roads, most of the communities in Indiana were connected together by a network of Electric Railways.
Though these cars ran on rails, people didn't call them trains. book Electric Railways of Indiana, Part II by F.J. Misek — not in English Common Knowledge: book Electric Railways Of Michigan (CERA Bulletin ) by Central Electric Railfans' Association — not in English Common Knowledge: book Electric Railways Of Indiana, Part III (Bulletin ) by Joseph M.
Canfield — not in English. Electric Railways of Indiana. Jerry Marlette.Hoosier Heritage Press, 2nd Edition. Paperback, pages Contains many car drawings and an Indiana Railroad Map. The book was stamped by his prior owner Richard Clark Evans with his name in. Electric Railways of Indiana includes the Indiana Railroad which took over the THI&E in Chicago, IL: Central Electric Railfan's Association.
CERA Bulletins #, #, #, Various authors and CERA staff (#, #, # in the s.). Electric Railways of Indiana includes the Indiana Railroad which took over the THI&E in The interurban (or radial railway) is a type of electric railway, with streetcar-like light electric self-propelled railcars which run within and between cities or were prevalent in North America between and and were used primarily for passenger travel between cities and their surrounding suburban and rural communities.
electric locomotives in service inwhile the freight car fleet remained relatively static at million cars in service.
Inshipments of U.S. railway rolling stock. Railroad Symposium Inandthe Midwest Railroad Research Center of the Indiana Historical Society hosted a biennial series of symposia on railroad history sponsored by The Indiana Rail Road Co.
The following essays were presented by their authors at these events, and have been made available for download. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Marlette, Jerry. Electric railroads of Indiana. Indianapolis: Council for Local History, (OCoLC) This standard interurban motor was built by General Electric in for a railroad in Portsmouth, Ohio, and later was acquired by the E&OV in southwestern Indiana.
• Indianapolis & Cincinnati Traction Co. interurban carbody only. The Cincinnati Car Company built the car in ; it later was acquired by the Indiana Railroad.
Comparing electric interurban railways and "steam railroads". The three major interurbans entering Chicago were not typical interurban lines, enabling them to survive well beyond the 's, when most interurban lines were abandoned.
SOUTH SHORE LINE "America's Last Interurban" continues to operate between Chicago and South Bend, Indiana. ELECTRIC RAILWAY EMPLOYEES OF AMERICA MATERIALS, – Collection Information Historical Sketch.
Scope and Content Note Contents Processed by Alysha Zemanek September Manuscript and Visual Collections Department William Henry Smith Memorial Library Indiana Historical Society West Ohio Street Indianapolis, IN Near the office building of U. Steel at the mill gate, North Broadway loop was a nerve center of Gary Railways.
Four cars of three modern types await departure on Aug car 19 for the first fantrip of Central Electric Railfans' Association, car 17 for a Tolleston short-turn on the Hammond line, another of the class for Broadway and 45th Avenue, and 51 for Garyton.
Marion Electric Street Railway (acquired ) Elwood & Alexandria Railway (acquired ) Indiana Northern Traction Co. (Marion-Wabash, acquired ) Muncie, Hartford & Fort Wayne Railway (Muncie-Bluffton, acquired ) Dayton &.
: Short History of Railroads- Indiana Edition: Trains, Traction Rail and Museums in Indiana (Indiana History Series Book 3) eBook: Wonning, Paul R.: Kindle StoreAuthor: Paul R.
Wonning. There is a bit of information on the L&T in Vane Jones' ancient book, "Electric Railroads of Indiana" (). If there is interest, I can scan and post a photo of "Dorothy" at Thorntown in How the Medal Was Won (Central Electric Railfans' Association Bulletin) Duneland Electric by Donald R.
Kaplan (*) Spirit of the South Shore by William A. Raia (*) South Shore, The Last Interurban by William D. Middleton (*) Electric Railways of Indiana, Part III (Central Electric Railfans' Association Bulletin*).