INTERURBAN ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY COLLECTION. Interurban Electric Railway Company, C. F. Donnatin R. E. Hallawell, J. C. Goodfellow - Contributors, W. B. Kirkland, J. W. Corbett.
INTERURBAN ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY COLLECTION.

INTERURBAN ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY COLLECTION.

(n. p.). Interurban Electric Railway Co., 1939 - 1941. 6 items, each of varying pages. Charts and spreadsheets located throughout. Various sizes: 10-3/4" x 15-3/8" (Timetables, oblong format). 14" x 11" (Public notice). White paper printed in blue, orange and black. Moderate wear to timetables and notice (age-toning, creasing). Small 1cm tear to left edge of poster (no losses). A VG set. Item #40360

Includes: 4 timetables (numbers 2 [2x], 3 [2x]) & 2 puublic notices (small posters) regarding the Key System transbay service.

Notice to the Public: "The Key System transbay service between Oakland, San Leandro and San Francisco will be commenced Saturday, March 22, 1941, at which time under authority of California Railroad Commission Decision No. 33891 dated February 11, 1941, Interurban Electric Railway Company will discontinue service between San Francisco and Oakland and San Leandro."

The East Bay Electric Lines were a unit of the Southern Pacific Railroad that operated electric, interurban-type trains in the East Bay region of the San Francisco Bay Area... The East Bay Electric Lines became the Interurban Electric Railway in December, 1938 in anticipation of the completion the following month of the tracks on the lower deck of the San Francisco - Oakland Bay Bridge to the San Francisco Transbay Terminal. SP Interurban Electric Railway transbay commuter train service ended in July, 1941." (Wikipedia).

Price: $150.00