Streetcars of New Orleans, The (Paperback)
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Streetcars of New Orleans, The (Paperback)

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Paperback 240 Pages / Published: 31/01/1975
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This extensively illustrated,240-page volume documents the long and colorful history of streetcartransportation in the city of New Orleans.This reprint of a 1965 volume,written by the two leading authorities on the subject, represents the completework on the subject of New Orleans traction and urban railways. Featured aresections on early city transportation, and the golden era of electric traction(1893-1926), along with technical aspects, trackage, and mileage routes.A series of maps pinpoints, fortraction enthusiasts, the locations of tracks no longer extant and providesinformation on companies that once operated the network of rails. Also includedis a special section on the types of cars that were used throughout the tractionera.Authors Hennick and Charlton alsohave collaborated on a companion volume to this work, Street Railways ofLouisiana , also published by Pelican.

Publisher: Pelican Publishing Co
ISBN: 9781565545687
Number of pages: 240
Weight: 201 g
Dimensions: 279 x 215 x 13 mm

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