Lake Shore Electric Railway, 1893-1938

fast interurban service; Cleveland-Toledo, via Lorain, Sandusky, Fremont, Vermilion, Huron, Norwalk, Bellevue and intermediate stations. by Harry Christiansen in [Cleveland?]

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LC ClassificationsHE5428.L3 C5
The Physical Object
Pagination81 p.
Number of Pages81
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Open LibraryOL5888491M
LC Control Number63021639
OCLC/WorldCa608321

Built in by Erie General Electric. A recent addition to the museum, number was retired by Norfolk Southern and donated to the Lake Shore Railway Museum in The locomotive is a GE Dash B and it is the first “Dash-8” locomotive anywhere to be preserved at a museum. The 3, horsepower locomotive is one of just 49 ever built. Number: Builder: Type: Location: Notes: Lake Shore: Box Motor: Avon Lake, OH: Built Lake Shore: Box Motor: Buckeye Lake, OH: Built Lake Shore. There were no pieces of actual "Lake Shore Electric Railway" rolling stock in the Museum's collection, so the name and image of "Lake Shore Electric" on the museum was, in my opinion, misleading. The museum collection has been sold and will be scattered before long. Lake Shore Electric Railway an interurban railway along Lake Erie; Lake Shore Electric Railway (museum) in Ohio () This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Lake Shore Electric Railway. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.

March. March 18 – Bundesbahn Österreich (BBÖ, Federal Railway of Austria) integrated into Deutsche Reichsbahn. March 27 – Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway inaugurates the San Diegan passenger train between Los Angeles and San Diego. May. May 15 The Lake Shore Electric Railway in Ohio ceases operations.; Inauguration of a major Nederlandse Spoorwegen electrification scheme in the. Lake Shore Electric Railway. Lake Shore Electric Railway (LSE) operated routes from Cleveland to Detroit via Avon Lake, Lorain, Vermilion, Huron, Sandusky, and Toledo. For many years, Huron residents used the LSE Railway to travel to neighboring towns and students relied on . Author by: Herbert H. Harwood, Jr. Languange: en Publisher by: Indiana University Press Format Available: PDF, ePub, Mobi Total Read: 60 Total Download: File Size: 50,5 Mb Description: 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.   Since yesterday’s post dealt with the old interurban stop numbers in Avon Lake, it’s a good time to post this. In case you missed it, the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram two weeks ago had a nice article with the story behind a new museum dedicated to the Lake Shore Electric Railway. The museum is the brainchild of businessman Thomas Patton and archivist and historian Dennis Lamont (a regular.

Electric Controls by Lake Shore > Industrial Control A Generator Control & Distribution Panel amp Style I > LS Marine Control Switchgear > Headquartered in Bedford, Ohio, Lake Shore Electric Corporation is one of the oldest and most widely recognized manufacturers of Switches & Switchgear, Cabinets & Controls. SITEMAP. iPatton, Lamont & Doane./i Through rare archival images, this photo-history examines the nearly 40 years of operation of the Lake Shore Electric Railway, which, begun in , provided transport on the north coast of Ohio between Cleveland, Lorain, Sandusky, Toledo, and Detroit, Michigan. You'll view motive power, facilities and operations, connecting electric roads, and more. pages, B. mission. lake shore electric railway closed this year and disposed of all of its assets. assets were sold to other non-profit museums and net proceeds after payment of liabilities were contributed to university circle incorporated (uci) with the intent that these funds would become seed money to enable uci to preserve and display trolley memorabilia.

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Lake Shore Electric Railway Paperback – January 1, by Harry Christiansen (Author)Author: Harry Christiansen. Lake Shore Electric Railway, ;: Fast interurban service; Cleveland-Toledo, via Lorain, Sandusky, Fremont, Vermilion, Huron, Norwalk, Bellevue and Author: Harry Christiansen.

Lake Shore Electric Railway, fast interurban service; Cleveland-Toledo, via Lorain, Sandusky, Fremont, Vermilion, Huron, Norwalk, Bellevue and intermediate stations Author Harry. Get this from a library. Lake Shore Electric Railway, ; fast interurban service; Cleveland-Toledo, via Lorain, Sandusky, Fremont, Vermilion, Huron, 1893-1938 book, Bellevue and intermediate stations.

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Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Lake Shore Electric : Thomas J. Patton. 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.

The Lake Lake Shore Electric Railway 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 transportation, and access for the industrial.

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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.

Lake Shore Electric Railway (OH) (Images of Rail) by Thomas J. Patton, Dennis Lamont, Albert Doane and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at For over three decades, the electric interurban railway played a major part in the economic life of the Midwest.

The Lake Shore Electric Railway operated routes from Cleveland to Detroit, via Avon Lake, Lorain, Vermilion, Huron, Sandusky, and Toledo. This DVD explores the era of the Lake Shore Electric. The Lake Shore Electric’s first streetcar arrived in Vermilion in and provided a thrilling ride to Cleveland and Toledo at speeds between mph.

Listen to his stories as he describes a. 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.

Lake Shore Electric has manufactured equipment for use all over the world. Whether land-based or marine, our products can be found in South America, the Middle East, the Caribbean, Central America, at the South Pole, and of course all over the United States of America and Canada.

the lake shore electric railway story lake erie railroad history ohio transit see more like this Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railway Co. Freight Bill Pre-Owned. I recently had the chance to enjoy reading another one of those excellent Arcadia Publishing local history books.

(I use their Images of Lorain book, published by the Black River Historical Society all the time as a reference for this blog.) This new book focuses on the old electric interurban railway that provided passenger service between cities on Lake Erie, and is entitled Lake Shore.

History of the Lake Shore Electric Railway and the local history of towns along its route. 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.

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. Starting aroundthe LSE established a productive and growing freight business with neighboring interurban Cincinnati and Lake Erie RR.

Together, the two traction lines with their connection at Toledo provided overnight delivery from the approximately miles between Cincinnati and Cleveland. The Lake Shore Electric Railway connected with many other electric railroads to offer a comprehensive quilt of transportation.

This allowed increased commerce, ease of transportation, and access for the industrial-era family to visit such recreation spots as Linwood, Crystal Beach, Avon Beach Park, Mitiwanga, Rye Beach, Ruggles Grove and Beach.

The LAKE SHORE ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO. was a major interurban electric trolley operated between Cleveland, Lorain, Sandusky, Norwalk, Fremont, Toledo, and Detroit. Given a charter on 24 Sept. (sometimes given as 25 Sept.) the interurban was created by consolidating 4 railways on 12 Oct.

Two Cleveland magnates, EDWARD W. MOORE and HENRY A. EVERETT, were responsible for the. 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.

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The interurban electric railway trestle located in Huntington Reservation was the second longest trestle along the track that ran from Cleveland to Detroit. It spans feet over Porter Creek. The interurban ran from and carried folks from the city to the countryside and gave the. The Lake Shore Electric Railway was an attempt to start an electric railway museum in Cleveland, Ohio.

A streetcar at Trollyville USA in The former Trolleyville USA museum [1] (formally known as the Gerald E. Brookins Museum of Electric Railways) in Olmsted Township closed down in   Lakeshore Electric Railway's Interurban Rail Cars.

The line ran from Cleveland and Toledo, Ohio. These film clips were taken between and Last day of operation:. The Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway, established in and sometimes referred to as the Lake Shore, was a major part of the New York Central Railroad's Water Level Route from Buffalo, New York, to Chicago, Illinois, primarily along the south shore of Lake Erie (in New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio) and across northern line's trackage is still used as a major rail.The fascinating story of "The Greatest Electric Railway in the United States" connecting the Lake Erie cities of Toledo and Cleveland.

Before its untimely death init left a rich legacy of bold innovation and imaginative marketing practices.Accessio n Number Title Author Publisher Year Lake Shore Electric Railway /Harry Christiansen Harry Christiansen Milan and Milan Township, Ohio /The Milan and Milan Township Bicentennial Committee The Milan and .