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eBook Streetcar Lines Of Hub: 1940s Electric Transit Boston! ePub

by Bradley H. Clarke

  • ISBN: 0938315056
  • Subcategory: No category
  • Author: Bradley H. Clarke
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: BOSTON STREETRAILWAY ASSOCIATION, INC.; First Edition edition (2003)
  • Pages: 216
  • ePub book: 1908 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1366 kb
  • Other: mbr txt mobi lrf
  • Rating: 4.6
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Boston-area streetcar lines remaining in 1940 (in green) . a b c Clarke, Bradley H. (2003). Streetcar Lines of the Hub - The 1940s. 1986), The Colorful Streetcars We Rode, Bulletin 125 of the Central Electric Railfans' Association, Chicago, Il.

Boston-area streetcar lines remaining in 1940 (in green), plotted against a map of the BERy's subway and elevated lines (in purple). The shade of green for each line denotes how long the line lasted after this; the lightest-green lines were abandoned in 1945 or earlier, the second-lightest lines were abandoned from 1946 to 1950, the second-darkest lines were abandoned from 1951 to 1969, and the darkest-green lines still existed in 1969. Boston Street Railway Association.

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Bradley H. Clarke; BSRA; Here is the Boston book you've been waiting for! In1940, streetcar lines of the Boston . The trolley's viability was reaffirmed one last time: the 1940s were the heyday of electric transit in Boston.

During World War II, ridership reached record levels and strained the capacity of the system. This book covers all 52 routes, and every carhouse, station, and loop, plus the Eastern Mass. St. Ry. lines to Stoneham and Quincy.

This is a softcover book with 64 pages including several photos and illustrations

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The Boston Street Railway Association (BSRA) is a non profit organization in Boston . Their most recent Bulletin is " Streetcar Lines of the Hub - The 1940s: Heyday of Electric Transit in Boston ", written by Bradley H. Clarke and published in 2003.

The Boston Street Railway Association (BSRA) is a non profit organization in Boston, Massachusetts whose central objective is preserving transportation history in Boston and throughout New England. This is the first in an anticipated " Streetcar Lines of the Hub " series. The BSRA charters occasional fan trips on Boston ' s transportation system.

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Streetcar Lines of the Hub: The 1940s, Heyday of Electric Transit in Boston! Bradley H. Clarke; BSRA; Here is the Boston book you've been waiting for! In1940, streetcar lines of the Boston Elevated still accounted for the lion's share of the company's revenue miles. During World War II, ridership reached record levels and strained the capacity of the system. The trolley's viability was reaffirmed one last time: the 1940s were the heyday of electric transit in Boston. This book covers all 52 routes, and every carhouse, station, and loop, plus the Eastern Mass. St. Ry. lines to Stoneham and Quincy. Acquisition of PCC cars, last days of the Type 4s, and the post-war transition of many routes to trackless trolleys and buses are covered, plus facilities such as the Albany St. Yard and the South Boston power station. Beautifully reproduced photos many in color, which is rare for that time will bring you back to this long-ago era. Nearly 500 b&w and color photos, plus scores of maps and track diagrams. This is truly the most extensive book ever published on Boston surface car operations. Oversized hardcover w/dustjacket, retail $54.95