|Statement||by Alan R. Lind.|
|LC Classifications||HE4491.C48 L55|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||400|
|LC Control Number||74075870|
Extensive collection of photographs documenting the equipment and history of Chicago surface line transportation. Begins with horsecars, and ventures through the age of trolleys and streetcars, followed by electric buses, and finally gas/diesel bus systems.4/5. rows The Chicago Surface Lines (CSL) was operator of the street railway system of Chicago, Successor: Chicago Transit Authority. Chicago's Surface Lines by Alan R. Lind provides a technical and detailed look at the city's streetcars. Most of the Chicago El dates back nearly a century, but /5(1). The streetcars of the Chicago Surface Lines which, while serving the individual neighborhoods, also linked them to other neighborhoods, near and far. Dispatch 8 covers 12 of CSL's streetcar lines from January 1, until the end of streetcar service.
The new public agency Chicago Transit Authority took over the streetcar system in and began to integrate the surface lines with the city’s elevated train network. In the s, CTA decided to phase out streetcars in favor of motor and electric trolley buses, and Chicago’s last streetcar ran in June Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. No thanks. Try the new Google Books Get print book. No eBook available Chicago Surface Lines: An Illustrated History. Alan R. Lind. Transport History Press, - Local transit - pages. 0 Reviews. chicago surface lines in (map) In , the conversion to electric streetcars in Chicago was completed, replacing all cable cars. And in , all streetcar companies began operating as a unified system known as the Chicago Surface Lines, despite remaining as separate companies. “Sedan” on route 4 – Cottage Grove. The Chicago Surface Lines built one-third of this car order themselves in , not an unusual practice at the time. Bob Lalich says we are “just south of 95th St. The Rock Island, C&WI and BRC elevation can be seen in the background.”.
Traction Lines of Illinois. Valparaiso Division of Gary Railways. Chicago North Shore and Milwaukee Railroad. North Shore Line. Chicago Rapid Transit Met ropolitan Division. West Towns. South Shore Line. Chicago Aurora and Elgin. Milwaukee Electric Railway. 1st CERA Annual Report. Northern Indiana Railway. Windsor Essex and Lake Shore Railway. Upgrade your Windows experiences & get more productive with Surface. See what’s new including Surface Book 3, Surface Go 2, Surface Headphones 2 & Surface Earbuds. Shop the latest on Surface Pro X, Surface Laptop 3 & Surface Pro 7. The 12 routes are covered in detail from to the end of streetcar service on these routes. If you want to learn about The Chicago Surface Lines and the history of public transportation in Chicago, you will love this book Chicago Surface Lines: Linking Chicago’s Neighborhoods. Building upon the success of Dispatch 8, Chicago Surface Lines: Linking Chicago's Neighborhoods, Dispatch 9 covers 26 streetcar lines in the period. The Dispatch includes a section on Eight Distinctive Lines of Southeast Chicago (including "the Hegewisch line" and South Deering); coverage of Diagonal Lines in a Grid City (including Elston, Archer and Lincoln); as well as information.