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Lake Shore Electric Railway

Thomas J. Patton

Lake Shore Electric Railway

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Published by Arcadia in Charleston, S.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lake Shore Electric Railway Company -- Pictorial works,
  • Street railroads -- Ohio -- History -- Pictorial works

  • Edition Notes

    StatementThomas J. Patton with Dennis Lamont and Albert Doane.
    GenrePictorial works
    SeriesImages of rail
    ContributionsLamont, Dennis., Doane, Albert.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTF1025.L35 P38 2009
    The Physical Object
    Pagination127 p. :
    Number of Pages127
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23928353M
    ISBN 100738561231
    ISBN 109780738561233
    LC Control Number2008936159


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The Lake Shore Electric Railway Story tells the story of this fascinating chapter in interurban transportation, including the missed opportunities that might have saved this railway.

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The Lake Shore Electric Railway commenced operation in on the north coast of Ohio, providing transportation to Cleveland, Lorain, Sandusky, Toledo, and on to Detroit, Michigan. The Lake Shore Electric Railway connected with many other electric railroads to offer a.

The Lake Shore Electric Railway commenced operation in on the north coast of Ohio, providing transportation to Cleveland, Lorain, Sandusky, Toledo, and on to Detroit, Michigan. The Lake Shore Electric Railway connected with many other electric railroads to offer a Author: Thomas J.

Patton. The Lake Shore Electric Railway commenced operation in on the north coast of Ohio, providing transportation to Cleveland, Lorain, Sandusky, Toledo, and on to Detroit, Michigan.

The Lake Shore Electric Railway connected with many other electric railroads to offer a comprehensive quilt of : ArcadiaPublishing. Title: Local authors release book on the Lake Shore Electric Railway Publisher: Sun Sentinel Date: 7/16/09 A local history book released this month, "Images of Rail: Lake Shore Electric Railway," delves into tales of heroic conductors, the shaping of our suburban landscape and an industry that profited off building amusement parks and bringing electric lights to our s: 7.

From to the Lake Shore Electric claimed to be—and was considered by many—"The Greatest Electric Railway in the United States." It followed the shore of Lake Erie, connecting Cleveland and Toledo with a high-speed, limited-stop service and pioneered a form of intermodal transportation three decades before the rest of the industry.

Books. Railroads. Click photo to enlarge. Published at $ Your Price $ (Save $) Add to Cart + Add to Wishlist. THE LAKE SHORE ELECTRIC RAILWAY STORY.

H.H. Harwood, Jr. & R.S. Korach. The fascinating story of "The Greatest Electric Railway in the United States" connecting the Lake Erie cities of Toledo and Cleveland.

Before its. The Lake Shore Electric Railway Story tells the story of this fascinating chapter in interurban transportation, including the missed opportunities that might have saved this railway.

Excerpt The odyssey of this book has lasted longer than the legendary wanderings of Odysseus himself — longer, in fact, than the life of the Lake Shore Electric. Lake Shore Electric Railway, Fast Interurban Service; Cleveland-Toledo, Via Lorain, Sandusky, Fremont, Vermilion, Huron, Norwalk, Bellevue and Intermediate Stations Harry Christiansen - Street-railroads - 81 Lake Shore Electric Railway book.

Editorial Reviews. Title: Local authors release book on the Lake Shore Electric Railway. Publisher: Sun Sentinel. Date: 7/16/ A local history book released this month, "Images of Rail: Lake Shore Electric Railway," delves into tales of heroic conductors, the shaping of our suburban landscape and an industry that profited off building amusement parks and bringing electric lights to our Author: Thomas J.

Patton. From to the Lake Shore Electric claimed to be—and was considered by many—"The Greatest Electric Railway in the United States." It followed the shore of Lake Erie, connecting Cleveland and Toledo with a high-speed, limited-stop service and pioneered a form of intermodal transportation three decades before the rest of the : Herbert H.

Harwood, Robert S. Korach. From to the Lake Shore Electric claimed to be—and was considered by many—"The Greatest Electric Railway in the Lake Shore Electric Railway book States." It followed the shore of Lake Erie, connecting Cleveland and Toledo with a high-speed, limited-stop service and pioneered a form of intermodal transportation three decades before the rest of the : Indiana University Press.

In this edition, we head out to Bay Village, Ohio to take a look at what remains of the old Lake Shore Electric Railway, which saw its demise in the late Lake Shore Electric Railway (OH) (Images of Rail) by Thomas J.

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The Lake Shore Electric Railway commenced operation in on the north coast of Ohio, providing transportation to Cleveland, Lorain, Sandusky, Toledo, and on to Detroit, Michigan. The Lake Shore Electric Railway connected with many other electric railroads to offer a comprehensive quilt of transportation.

This allowed increased commerce, ease of. The Lake Shore Electric Railway ceased operations onalthough trains continued to pass through Huron until late as the line was dismantled. This entry was posted in and Before, -- and tagged Railroad, Railway by admin.

The Lake Shore Electric Railway was the quintessential interurban. Created in from the merger of four smaller railways, the Lake Shore Electric became renowned for its big, luxurious cars, and fast service between Cleveland, Toledo, and Detroit. Milwaukee Electric Railway & Light: Milwaukee, Lake Shore & Western Railroad: Mineral Wells & Eastern Railway: Minneapolis & Northwestern Railway: Minneapolis & Saint Cloud Railway: Minneapolis & Saint Louis Railroad: Minneapolis, Northfield & Southern Railroad: Minneapolis, Saint Paul & Sault Ste.

Marie Railway: Minnesota & Black Hills Railroad. Lake Shore Electric Railway Co.; Model streetcars; Street railroads; Model trains. Car no. of Lake Shore Electric, carried people between Cleveland and Toledo.

This streetcar is orange with yellow and green details around the windows. It was apart of the Trolleyville USA Museum. Trolleyville USA was established in by. Your one-stop teacher supply store, Lakeshore offers a huge range of teaching resources and classroom decor, plus high-quality classroom furniture, hands-on learning products and so much more.

Lakeshore Electric Railway's Interurban Rail Cars. The line ran from Cleveland and Toledo, Ohio. These film clips were taken between and Last day. The Toledo line was an interurban railway running 61 miles from Toledo to Fremont, Ohio, with Angus serving as the railway's first president.

It later became part of the Lake Shore Electric Railway. In approximatelyAngus also promoted and built the Detroit, Ypsilanti, Ann Arbor & Jackson Railway (sometimes known as the "Ypsi-Ann"). The Lake Shore Electric Railway commenced operation in on the north coast of Ohio, providing transportation to Cleveland, Lorain, Sandusky, Toledo, and on to Detroit, Michigan.

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The life of the Lake Shore Electric and the life of Frederick William Coen were one and the same. Fred Coen was an incorporator and an official of the railway from the day it began, effectively its chief executive from to the day rail service ended, and continued as head of the successor bus company until he retired in   The Lake Shore Electric Railway Company At the beginning of the 20th century, the Lake Shore Electric operated fast passenger service between Cleveland and Toledo, stopping at Huron and, when Old Homestead-on-the-Lake was developed in the late s, also there.

“Fast” was relative to the era, compared with steamship service and primitive. South Shore Line Electric Locomotive Roster. Chicago, Lake Shore & South Bend Railway. Under the CLS&SB, management did not bother establishing a carload freight business for more than a decade even though it was located within a region that carried a great deal of industrial development.

Although various books cover the corporate and operational details of the Lake Shore Electric Railway or the history of individual towns, the Lake Shore Rail Maps website strives to interpret the history of the railway through the lens of local history. Major books (those marked * are out of print): The Insull Interurbans by Gordon E.

Lloyd (Morning Sun Books, ) How the Medal Was Won (Central Electric Railfans' Association Bulletin) Duneland Electric by Donald R. Kaplan (*) Spirit of the South Shore by William A. Raia (*) South Shore, The Last Interurban by William D.

From to the Lake Shore Electric claimed to be-and was considered by many-"The Greatest Electric Railway in the United States." It followed the shore of Lake Erie, connecting Cleveland and Toledo with a high-speed, limited-stop service and pioneered a form of intermodal transportation three decades before the rest of the s: 6.

Title: Local authors release book on the Lake Shore Electric Railway Publisher: Sun Sentinel Date: 7/16/ A local history book released this month, "Images of Rail: Lake Shore Electric Railway," delves into tales of heroic conductors, the shaping of our suburban landscape and an industry that profited off building amusement parks and bringing electric lights to our hometowns/5(6).

Lake Shore Electric Railway # This Interurban was built in by the Niles Car Company and weighs in at 82, pounds. It was retired in Located at the Northern Ohio Railway Museum. Railway museums preserving the past need your help. Please visit or donate your time to help keep the past alive.

If you can't do either of those, your monetary donations go a long : Northern Electric Railway Company Collection Pacific Coast Railway Cash Book Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and Chicago Railway Company / Chicago and Cincinnati Railroad / Lake Shore Railroad Company Correspondence.

Indiana University Press. Herbert H Harwood Jr and Robert S Korach. pages, b & w. From to the Lake Shore Electric claimed to be―and was considered by many―”The Greatest Electric Railway in the United States.” It followed the shore of Lake Erie, connecting Cleveland and Toledo with a high-speed, limited-stop service and pioneered a form of intermodal transportation three.

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This new book focuses on the old electric interurban railway that provided passenger service between cities on Lake Erie, and is entitled Lake Shore Electric Railway. It was written by Thomas J. Patton with Dennis Lamont and well-known Lorain historian Albert Doane.

Here, cars and of the Lake Shore Electric Railway lay over at the Cleveland freight terminal. This is the site of Progressive Field today. (Northern Ohio Railway Museum).

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Click here. Scranton The.North East, PA. —CSX/MCVX #, a Erie-built General Electric U36B locomotive has been transferred to Lake Shore Railway Historical Society. The 3, horsepower, four-axle locomotive was originally built for Seaboard Coast Line Railroad as #Started inthe Lake Shore Electric Railway Company once carried over five million passengers a year along Lake Erie's shoreline.

However, with the increasing popularity of buses and personal automobiles that arose in the s, the railway began losing money.

The last car ran from Cleveland to .