LINES Of The PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILWAY In SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.

Los Angeles: Trans-Anglo Books, (n. d.). Ca. post 1962. Broadside. Single sheet, printed recto only. Large map illustration of Southern California. Oblong format: White paper printed in black and red. Moderate wear to edges (slight rust spots from paperclips, curling and rubbing to edges). Otherwise, a VG example. Item #40362

"Pacific Electric Railway. Wells-Fargo & Co. Express, World's Greatest Electric Railway System. 1000 Miles of Standard Trolley Lines to All Points of Greatest Interest in the Heart of Southern California and Traversed by 2700 Schedules Trains Daily. Including 5 Trains at Convenient Periods to World Famous Mount Lowe."

"Here is the way the Pacific Electric Railway looked in 1926, when the system was reaching its peak. The interurbans ended all operations in 1961. Map reproduced from Trans-Anglo Books' Ride the Big Red Cars, by Spencer Crump."

Price: $75.00