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by Norman Carlson

  • ISBN: 0915348004
  • Category: History
  • Author: Norman Carlson
  • Subcategory: Americas
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Central Electric Railfans Assn (October 1, 1985)
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Black and white pictorial of the Shore Line, published by t. .

Black and white pictorial of the Shore Line, published by t.Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Lovely photographic remembrance shows interiors, exteriors, yards and stations so whether you're interested in modeling the Shore Line or want to relive a leisurely lunch in the cafe car, this book is for you. Get A Copy.

Black and white pictorial of the Shore Line, published by the Central Electric Railfans' Association thirty years after the line's closure. 32 pages.

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These communities fall within suburban Cook County and Lake County. However, Evanston, Glencoe, Highland Park, Kenilworth, Lake Bluff, Lake Forest, Wilmette, and Winnetka are generally considered to be the main constituents of the North Shore.

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With the photos he was able to create a complete chapter in a new book

With the photos he was able to create a complete chapter in a new book. The children plugged in the Atari machine we all feasted on ham sandwiches with Kool Aid and spent the whole night together. It was the most memorable Christmas for our family. That was the year we truly realized the spirit of Christmas

The North Shore Line of 1916 consisted of a main line whose southern .

The North Shore Line of 1916 consisted of a main line whose southern terminus was at Church Street in Evanston, Illinois, somewhat north of the Chicago city limits. The line continued north through Chicago's wealthy north shore communities along Lake Michigan - Wilmette, Kenilworth, Winnetka, Glencoe, and Highland Park. The line continued through Highwood, home of the railroad's headquarters and main shops, and continued through Lake Forest, Lake Bluff, North Chicago, and Waukegan. From Waukegan, the line traversed Zion before entering Wisconsin and tapping Kenosha and Racine, before reaching its northern terminus in Milwaukee.

During the Roaring Twenties the railroad underwent a period of expansion and modernization until the Wall Street Crash of 1929 brought an end to Insull's electric utility empire. Several pieces of North Shore Line rolling stock have been preserved in railroad museums across the United States, and the former Dempster Street Station is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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The history of the North Shore Line begins in 1891 when the Waukegan & North Short Transit Company, which was a small street railway serving the Chicago suburb of Waukegan. In 1895 this streetcar system was succeeded by the Bluff City Electric Interurban Street Railway, which originally extended the Waukegan operation to North Chicago's 10th Street. A year later in 1896 the line was built further to 22nd street, and two year later in 1898 reach Highland Park. It was then that the company was reorganized as the Chicago & Milwaukee Electric Railroad

Black and white pictorial of the Shore Line, published by the Central Electric Railfans' Association thirty years after the line's closure. Lovely photographic remembrance shows interiors, exteriors, yards and stations so whether you're interested in modeling the Shore Line or want to relive a leisurely lunch in the cafe car, this book is for you. 32 pages.

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