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by J. Edward Martin

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Author: J. Edward Martin
ISBN: 0920716032
Pages: 256 pages
Publisher: Studio E (1994)
Rating: 4.1
Formats: rtf txt mbr lit
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On A Streak of Lightning - The Electric Railway Industry in Canada. J. Edward Martin - Studio E, Delta BC - 1994 - ISBN 20716-03-2. Traction Line article by Paul Loucks. The Intercity Electric Railway Industry in Canada. John F. Due - University of Toronto Press - 1966. Port Stanley - Musings and Memories. Frank and Nancy Prothero - Nan-Sea Publications - Port Stanley - 1980. Remembering the Oshawa Railway. Clayton M. Morgan and Charles D. Taws - Bowmanville Museum - 1995. The London & Port Stanley Railway - Vol. 2. - Les Torrens - Les Torrens - 1985 - ISBN 693303-2-4. The Niagara, St. Catherines and Toronto Railway.

From On a Streak of Lightning: Electric Railways in Canada by J. Edward Martin, Martin's table entitled Animal-Powered Street Railways in Canada (p. 10) includes Chatham, Ontario, 1885-1890. These newspaper notes from the Chatham Tri-Weekly Planet cover the period from 03 November 1884 to 23 May 1885 and 25 May 1887 to 14 August 1889. Two steam railways are often mentioned in these newspaper clippings, the Erie & Huron Railway, and the Grand Trunk Railway. The Grand Trunk line through Chatham was built by the predecessor Great Western Railway between Niagara Falls and Windsor via Hamilton.

This is a list of street railways in Canada by province. Prince Edward Island, Northwest Territories and Nunavut are the only places in Canada to not have had any tram (streetcar) system. The list includes all tram systems, past and present. List of town tramway systems in North America. List of light-rail transit systems. List of trolleybus systems in Canada. Books and periodicals listed at foot of List of town tramway systems.

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Ottawa Electric Railway Company was a streetcar public transit system in the city of Ottawa, Canada, part of the electric railway streetcars that operated between 1891 and 1959. Ottawa once had tracks through downtown on Rideau Street, Sparks Street and others, and extended outside of the downtown core to provide services that helped form communities such as Westboro, Old Ottawa South and The Glebe.

Explore Canada coast to coast by rail. The Maritime Way. A relaxing, unforgettable trip to Eastern Canada. The Great Western Way. The perfect Canadian experience.

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English Electric Lightning (FlightCraft Book 11). Martin Derry. Martin W. Bowman is one of Britain's leading aviation authors, with over 100 published books on the Second World War and post-war aviation history, and several on the landscape of East Anglia

English Electric Lightning (FlightCraft Book 11). Bowman is one of Britain's leading aviation authors, with over 100 published books on the Second World War and post-war aviation history, and several on the landscape of East Anglia. He has also established an international reputation for his superb imagery and aerial photography. He has a passion for flying in military aircraft. He lives in Norwich, Norfolk.

For the first time, in-depth coverage of the entire range of electric railways in Canada is available. Beginning with the horse cars, the book examines the rise of electric railways -- their economic and social raionale, their rise and fall adn partial renaissance, the design and development of the equipment by both Canadian and American builders, the industrial lines, incline railways, radials, linear induction, the Tumbler Ridge line, and the resurgence of light rail are all examined and explained in detail. Includes a list of all Canadian electric street railways and radials in 1915. Illustrated with almost 300 black and white photos from every era, as well as charts, maps and drawings. 256 pages with index.