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Jack Keenan
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Golden West Books; y First edition edition (1974)
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The Cincinnati and Lake Erie Railroad (C&LE) was a short-lived electric interurban railway that operated in 1930–1939 Depression-era Ohio and ran between the major cities of Cincinnati, Dayton, Springfield, Columbus, and Toledo.

The Cincinnati and Lake Erie Railroad (C&LE) was a short-lived electric interurban railway that operated in 1930–1939 Depression-era Ohio and ran between the major cities of Cincinnati, Dayton, Springfield, Columbus, and Toledo. It had a substantial freight business and interchanged with other interurbans to serve Detroit and Cleveland.

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Cincinnati and Lake Erie. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780870950551. Release Date:January 1975.

Keenan, Jack, Cincinnati & Lake Erie Railroad: Ohio's Great Interurban System, 226 pp, Golden . New York Central and Hudson River Railroad - System ist eines der größten und leistungsfähigsten Eisenbahnnetze der Vereinigten Staaten.

Keenan, Jack, Cincinnati & Lake Erie Railroad: Ohio's Great Interurban System, 226 pp, Golden West Books, Corona Del Mar, CA. 1974. ISBN 978-0870950-551. (The definitive publication regarding the C&LE. Der Gesamtumfang der Stammbahn und der unter ihrem Einfluß stehenden Bahnen beträgt am 1. Oktober 1913: 2. 32 km. Die Bahn ging zunächst von New York a.

Other interurban lines became, effectively, light rail systems with no street . In 1926, a Cincinnati interurban in Ohio transported 57,000 tons of freight per month. Keenan, Jack, Book: Cincinnati and Lake Erie Railroad, 226p. Golden West Books, San Marino, California.

Other interurban lines became, effectively, light rail systems with no street running whatsoever, or they became primarily freight-hauling railroads due to a progressive loss of their initial passenger service over the years. In the early 1900s, the U. S. Census Bureau defined an interurban as "a street railway having more than half its trackage outside municipal limits. A distinction should be made between "interurban" and "suburban".

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Interurbans in the United States. Download as PDF. Printable version. Defunct rail transport companies of the United States.

For a few years, the Cincinnati & Lake Erie's 260 mile troit route was the longest same equipment interurban . It transported enough freight to be serious competition to competitive steam railroads.

For a few years, the Cincinnati & Lake Erie's 260 mile troit route was the longest same equipment interurban passenger run in the United States. For many years, its 315 mile eveland route was the longest same equipment interurban freight run in the United States. It transported enough freight to be serious competition to competitive steam railroads

Cincinnati & Lake Erie Railroad: Ohio's Great Interurban System. San Marino, CA: Golden West Books.

There was a large amount of consolidation of lines following initial construction  .

Ohio Electric Railway. Red Devil (interurban). Library descriptions. No library descriptions found. LibraryThing members' description.

Detailed yet accessible history of the Cincinnati & Lake Erie Railroad, an Ohio interurban that once stretched 279 miles across the heartland and had freight and passenger cars that reached speeds of 90 mph. Illustrated throughout with black and white photos. With maps, rosters, scale model drawings, and detailed bibliography. 226 pages with index.