The History Of Baltimore’s Streetcars by Michael R. Farrell (Hardbound)
Remember the good old days when the sound of clanging bells filled the air and streetcars ruled the road?
From the first horse car of 1859 to the light rail renaissance of 1992, The History of Baltimore’s Streetcars examines the colorful and charismatic story of Baltimore’s street railways. The companies and car lines, promoters and politicians, the men and women who worked the cars, and the cars themselves are all here in a fascinating chronicle of the rails that shaped, and continue to shape, a city’s history.
Author Michael R. Farrell’s definitive work, Who Made All Our Streetcars Go?, has been extensively revised and updated to include:
- Sixteen pages of vintage and present day streetcar photographs in full color
- 280 historic black-and-white photographs
- Two new, illustrated chapters on Metro and the light rail line
Made In: United States
Product Condition: New
Product Type: Book > Hardcover Book
Michael R. Farrell
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