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The Springfield Street Railway Co operated a network of streetcars in the Springfield, Massachusetts area. Their streetcar lines were linked to cities throughout western Massachusetts and northern Connecticut. The company operated from the 19th century until the street . Springfield and Decatur Railway: B&O: Indiana, Decatur and Western Railway: Springfield, Decatur and Indianapolis Railway: B&O: Indianapolis, Decatur and Springfield Railway: Springfield, Effingham and South Eastern Railroad: IC: Indiana and Illinois Southern Railroad: Springfield, Havana and Peoria Railroad:
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The first highway in Connecticut opened in between Windsor and Hartford. Hartford & Springfield Street Railway connected with the Conn. Co. in Windsor Center until Buses replaced trolleys between Rainbow and Windsor Center in ; cars continued to run from Windsor to Hartford until The first railway charter granted in Massachusetts, was that of the Granite Railway Company, March 4th, This company was chartered for the purposes of transporting granite from the quarries in Quincy to tidewater in Neponset River.
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Traffic and operation; Springfield Street Railway Company, Springfield, MassachusettsAuthor: Albert Sutton Richey. The Springfield and Eastern Street Railway, originally the Palmer and Monson Street Railway, was a streetcar company in the towns east of Springfield, Massachusetts.
History. The first line of the Palmer and Monson Street Railway opened inconnecting Palmer to was controlled by the Consolidated Railway of May the company was renamed to the Springfield and.
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Springfield Street - $ Springfield Street Railway Co. Good For One Fare Token Tbss. Traffic and Operation: Springfield Street Railway Company, Springfield Item Preview. The main line on the east side of the Connecticut River was completed in and began with the connection of the Hartford Street Railway Company at East Windsor Hill and ran north along the east side of the river through Warehouse Point, Enfield, Thompsonville to the Massachusetts State line where it connected to the Springfield Street Railway.
- Springfield City Railway Co. introduces horse car service on North 5th St. route. - Capital Railway introduces horse car service on east Monroe St. route. - Capital Railway consolidated into Springfield City Railway Co. - Citizens Street Railway Co. introduces horse car service on North 9th St.
and South 2nd St. routes. The Springfield Street Railway trolley barn at the corner of Main and Carew Streets, around Photo from Springfield Present and Prospective (). The building in The late 19th century saw a dramatic growth in suburbs, and this was fueled in part by the development of inexpensive forms of mass transit such as street railways.
In the s, Baltimore'sresidents had few options when it came to getting around town. Before the decade's end, however, the omnibus--an urban version of the stagecoach--emerged as Baltimore's first mass-transit vehicle. Horsecars followed, then cable cars, and ultimately electrically powered streetcars.
Recognizing the need for cohesion, the city's myriad transit providers merged. Reorganized as Plymouth & Brockton Street Railway Co., which operated replacement bus service, and continues to exist as a bus company. Original route discontinued by 's, with bus service evolving to commuter and airport service.
CONCORD MAYNARD & HUDSON STREET RAILWAY Concord-Hudson () CONNECTICUT VALLEY STREET RAILWAY CO. Company profile page for Springfield Terminal Railway Co Inc including stock price, company news, press releases, executives, board members, and contact information High Street Iron Horse.
Springfield City Railway electric street car, circa (Sangamon Valley Collection) Both the Capital Railway Co. and the Springfield City Railway Co. began horse-drawn trolley service inaccording to the History of Springfield, Illinois, Its Attractions as a Home and Advantage for Business, written by John Carroll Power in A horse car from the Springfield Street Railway Company's State and Main Street route, circa s.
The Railway Company was incorporated on Ma Its cars were electrified in For more Springfield history, check out EWM's, The Springfield Chronology: Settlement to City, a time line of the city's past. The Hartford & Springfield Railway, in its heyday, consisted of forty miles of track, connecting the local street railway systems of Hartford and Springfield with branches extending from Thompsonville to Somers and Warehouse Point to Rockville.
Much of the southern sections of the system were acquired by the Connecticut Company. Hartford & Springfield Street Railway Co.: Diary of a Trolley Road Hardcover – January 1, by Michael C. DeVito (Compiler) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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of the National Railway Historical Society, Inc. The facts briefly are these: The plaintiff is a street railway company, incorporated inwhich operates in Springfield, Massachusetts. Init acquired by merger the Western Massachusetts Street Railway franchise network.
The plaintiff abandoned portions of this Western Massachusetts franchise network in and The Connecticut Company was the primary electric street railway company in the U.S. state of Connecticut, operating both city and rural trolleys and freight service.
It was controlled by the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad (New Haven), which also controlled most steam railroads in the state. Afterwhen one of its major leases was dissolved, it continued operating streetcars and. The Springfield Railway was a logging railway owned by the Davison Lumber Company which connected to the H&SW at Hastings Junction near Springfield from and.
The Davison Company operated the largest sawmill ever built in Nova Scotia at Hastings, near Springfield as well as the Upper Mill at Bridgewater Junction, the Lower Mill at Bridgewater, a mill at Alpena and several.
The company originally had its offices on Elm Street, but later moved to two different locations on State Street before purchasing a house at 14 Maple Street and converting it into offices in However, it soon outgrew that building, and in the company began planning a new headquarters here on State Street, opposite the Springfield Armory.
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The Berkshire Street Railway Was A Trolley System Run By The New York New Haven And Hartford Railroad.
It Was Comprised Of Several Local Lines Running Between Hoosick Falls, New York, Bennington, Vermont, Adams Mass., Pittsfield, Mass., Great Barrington, Mass. and Canaan, CT. Here Are The Lines That Made Up The Berkshire Street Railway.OMER A.
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