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Horsecar era

Oct., 1872

Critique of the Columbus Street Railways - Horsecar lines were in bad shape making nobody happy in 1872.    Newspaper

Sep., 1873

North Columbus Railroad - New Dummy engine delivered.    Newspaper

Dec., 1875

Street Railways - The author argues for improved late night streetcar service.    Newspaper

Jan., 1880

Collision of egos - The Consolidated and North High Street Companies in conflict.    Newspaper

May, 1885

Street Railway Matters - Going ons in the 1885 streetcar business.    Newspaper

April, 1888

Critique of the Columbus Street Railways - by 1888 the horse car lines were much improved and electric streetcars were showing promise.    Newspaper

June, 1889

Pay Your Fare - A review of the Columbus Horsecar lines at their peak.    Newspaper

Electric Streetcar Era

Aug. 1919

Company to Take Owl Cars From Four Lines -    Newspaper

Aug., 1931

Electra Party Car Recalled. -    Newspaper

Sept., 1938

Mrs. Byers First Streetcar Ride in September, 1889. -    Newspaper

Sept., 1948

The Rise and Fall of The Electric lines Recalled by Floyd Clunis. -    Newspaper

Sept., 1948

1948 The End of The Streetcar Era. -    Newspaper

Nov., 1957

Oscar Hott President of the Columbus Transit Company. -    Newspaper



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