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  • Author:
    Edward A. Ridolph
  • ISBN:
    1582481946
  • ISBN13:
    978-1582481944
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  • Publisher:
    Morning Sun Books; y First printing edition (2007)
  • Pages:
    128 pages
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The Platte Valley Trolley is a heritage streetcar line in Denver, Colorado, operated by the Denver Tramway Heritage Society. It began service on July 4, 1989. The trolley line originates in Confluence Park, the historic location where the city of Denver was founded, at the confluence of the South Platte River and Cherry Creek River. The trolley is located at approximately 1400 Platte Street, Denver, CO, 80202, behind REI's flagship store.

128 all color pages, 8.5x11", cloth with dust jacket. "We follow the Ohio River from Pittsburgh west and stop at a number of long-gone trolley companies to enjoy their operations once again in full color. Featured are: Pittsburgh Railways, Cooperative Transit, Mon-WP Rwy., Cincinnati Street. Rwy., City Rwy., Cincinnati & Lake Erie RR, CN&C Rwy., Louisville Rwy., Home Transit and Indiana RR."