Electric Railways of Northeastern Ohio


Electric Railways of Northeastern Ohio is about the electric railways that populated the “upper-right-hand” corner of the state of Ohio. The book includes information on Cleveland’s transit system from the horse car through the cable car, trolley car, the Peter Witt car, through the ultimate streetcar, the PCC car. The book includes all the branches along Lake Erie into Pennsylvania, from Cleveland south and east to Akron, Canton, Youngstown and New Castle, PA. And the branches that went southeast to the border where Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia meet.

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