4 edition of The interurban era found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 429-431.
|Statement||by William D. Middleton.|
|LC Classifications||HE4471 .M48|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||432 p. :|
|Number of Pages||432|
|LC Control Number||61010728|
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The Interurban Era provides an interesting history of the interbank system in North America. The down side of the Kindle version is that it needs some editing. One of the more serious issues is that photo captions and text run together making the Kindle version difficult to read at by: 5. The Interurban Era - Kindle edition by Middleton, William D.
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The interurban was an American transportation phenomenon. Evolved from /5. The interurban era by Middleton, William D., Publication date c Topics Street-railroads -- Illinois History, Illinois traction system, Street-railroads -- United States History Publisher Milwaukee: Kalmbach Collection americana Digitizing sponsor University of Illinois Urbana-ChampaignPages: Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Middleton, William D., Interurban era.
Milwaukee: Kalmbach, © (OCoLC) The era of the electric train in Michigan was brief, owing in large part to the development and mass production of the automobile. Because of the short life of the electric interurban train very little documented history exists, despite the enormous impact the trains had on areas such as.
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.
The Interurban Era in Holland, Michigan: To Macatawa, Saugatuck, Zeeland, Vriesland, Jamestown, Jenison, Grandville, Grand Rapids Donald Van Reken Van Reken, - Electric railroads - pages.
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This book is Printed in black & white, Hardcover, sewing binding for longer life with Matt. REFLECTIONS ON THE INTERURBAN ERA William D. Middleton Most of us look back at—and some of us remember—the interurban era fondly.
But as almost everyone does in looking at the past, there is a tendency to look at the electric interurban railways through a lens.
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Use up arrow (for mozilla firefox browser alt+up arrow) and down arrow (for mozilla firefox browser alt+down Author: William D. Middleton. William D. Middleton is in a class by himself. Through the years he has authored boos on mass transit, railroad bridges, and as well as the ultimate trilogy of American electric rail - Time of the Trolley (about street cars), When the Steam Railroads Electrofied (heavy rail) and the subject of this book 5/5(1).
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Contents. The Coming of the Interurban. The Interurban Era. According to Electric Railroads of Indiana (Hoosier Heritage Press, ) by Jerry Marlette, a total of different interurban companies operated more than 3, cars in the Hoosier state during the interurban era.
Only Ohio had more miles of interurban lines than Indiana's 2, miles under wire. Vestiges of the interurbans do still remain. Interurban 'opened up era of commuting' in early s West Michigan trip to see an old interurban car once used as a Depression-era home.
in “The Lake Line” a book on the history of. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. 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 Although its primary focus was on books, it also published three magazines starting in the s, along with Founded: Los Angeles, California, U.S.
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Middleton Kalmbach Publishing, Every once in a while, you go into a used bookstore and a book leaps off the shelf at you. Or maybe that's just me. Whatever the case, The Interurban Era by William D. Middleton. In fact, after the Interurban Era faded away, a former traction company often continued as an investor-owned electric utility.
Other electric railways relied on commercial sources. (Unlike the majority of Canadian interurbans, only a few American roads, mostly in the West, used cheaper hydroelectric power; it was often impossible to do so.)Brand: Indiana University Press.