North American Trolley Treasures DVD Train Video
The Late John Stein, Native of Akron, Ohio lived near the Akron Transit Line. But you will see few Trolleys of the Rubber City in this Volume. ("Too Dirty to Waste Film On"). You will however, witness a cavalcade of traction at over two dozen locations (see back). Since John left few notes YOU might be able to help US track down some elusive details about what is shown!
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- Washington D. C.
- Altoona & Logan Valley
- West Penn
- Jamestown (JWNW)
- Indiana Electric
- C. T. A.
- Chicago, Aurora & Elgin • Southern Iowa Railway
- Pacific Electric - Toronto
- Pittsburgh (1970 )
- South Shore
- North Shore
- Illinois Terminal
- Iowa Terminal & Others
- Quebec Railway
Watch PCCs Outnumber Autos in Toronto— The 4-Track LA. Right of Way and the "Big Red Cars" —Montreal 's "Sightseer" Car— North Shore's "Electroliner" — Many Freight Motors — and a Grand Diversity of Trolley and Interurban Styles, Colors, and Operation. Pay Upon Boarding, Don't Talk to the Motorman, and Enjoy the Ride Back to Mid-Century!
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|Runtime:||1 Hour, 17 Mins|
|Aspect Ratio:||Full Screen|
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