Title Local Lines: Pasadena, Long Beach, San Pedro.
Book Condition Used: Very Good
Publisher Los Angeles: Interurbans Electric Railway Publications, 1962
Seller ID SGG313B-45
Series: Interurbans, Vol. 20, No. 1; Interurbans Special, No. 16, pt. 4A. Pamphlet. 11 x 8 1/2 inches.  pp. Many halftone photographic illustrations, maps; text clean, unmarked. Printed wrappers in red and black, vignette, advertisements on back, stapled, three-hole punched; binding square and tight, minor soiling, head and foot of spine bumped, light shelf wear. Very good. Vol. 20, No. 1 of Interurbans Magazine, edited by Ira L. Ewett, Raymond E. Younghans, Frank Barnes, Librarian. This Special Edition focuses on the history of the Pasadena, Long Beach, and San Pedro streetcars and railways. Includes chronologies, histories, and statistics for each line, as well as extensive historic photographic images of the cars from the early teens through the 1940s; also with historic maps of each line. The Pacific Electric Railway, founded by Henry Huntington, was the largest railway network in the world in the 1920s. It connected Los Angeles with many surrounding cities, the first of which was Long Beach.
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