Electric Interurbans and the American People

H. Roger Grant
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Only true railfans may know of electric interurban railroads, a fascinating fad in the pages of railroading history. Though the use of these electric cars rapidly rose and fell in just 30 years, they played a significant role in Midwest economic growth during the early 1900s. A convenient option during a time in which other short distance travel methods were scarce, the popularity of streetcar-like electric interurban railroads is explored in a rare glimpse into the phenomenon with Electric Interurbans and the American People.
Author: H. Roger Grant
Size: 10.1 x 7.2 x 0.8 inches
Pages: 174
Table of Contents
Foreword by Norman Carlson
1. Enthusiasm
2. Interurbans in Daily Life
3. Saying Goodbye
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