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Detroit Transitions to Street Railway Canvas Print

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Detroit Transitions to Street Railway Canvas Print
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Detroit Transitions to Street Railway Canvas Print
A very historic scene that captures Detroit's transition from the Horse and Buggy era to mass transit using streetcars. Between the years 1863 and 1900 approximately twenty-nine streetcars companies had operated either horse-drawn or electric powered streetcars along streets in and around the city of Detroit. By the year 1897, there were only three city companies remaining. The largest and oldest of the companies -- the Detroit Citizens Street Railway (a successor to the Detroit City Railway, the city's original 1862 franchise holder) -- also held the controlling interest in the two smaller companies. After surviving the final legal battle involving Hazen S. Pingree's 10-year attempt to take-over their street railway operations, representatives from the three remaining city companies, along with the previously consolidated suburban railway operation, announced to the press on December 30, 1900, that all of the streetcar systems in the Detroit area were to be consolidated into one new system. (Detroit Transit History)
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