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  • Connecticut Company's Streetcars (Kramer)

Profusely illustrated, this book covers every line of the Connecticut Company, the trolley empire controlled by the New Haven Railroad. With divisions stretching from one end of the Nutmeg State to the other, the system peaked in the 1920s. The last streetcar line was converted to bus operation in 1948. This book features detailed information on all passenger, freight, and work equipment. Great vintage photography from classic Connecticut cities like Hartford, Stamford, Bridgeport, Waterbury, New Haven, and more.  New Book Carstens 1993. PB. 96pp.   NOS-CCS-CRS  Out of Print

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Connecticut Company's Streetcars (Kramer)

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