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Image from page 803 of “The Street railway journal” (1884)
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Title: The Street railway journal
Year: 1884 (1880s)
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Subjects: Street-railroads Electric railroads Transportation
Publisher: New York : McGraw Pub. Co.
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
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est 650.00 650.00 650.00 650.00 Insurance 75.00 120.00 75.00 75.00 Grand Total 77.47 34.73 42.55 92.91 Table IT. Power House Records of Rochester Railway Company for May-August, 1896. May. June. July. August. Total E. H. P. hours Average per day Cost per motor car mile Cost per car mile Cost per E. H. P. hour Cost for fuel per E. H. P. hour…Cost for labor perE.H.P. hour.* 611.96319.7401.861.821.28•53■334 594.37619.8121.721.651.20■555■332 634.98320.4831.591.471.09-527■327 613-53219.7911.781.69.1.17.528.338 * Independent of repairs. especially so from the fact that the power station was builtseveral years ago, and does not contain any improve-ments introduced since that time. Short belted gener-ators, fifteen in number, are used exclusively. The en-gine equipment consists of one 500 h. p. and two 350 h. p.McInto.sh & Seymour engines and three 350 h. p. andthree iSo h. p. Ball compound condensing engines. Thekilowatts are measured by wattmeters. The steam gen-

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MOTOR WHEEL LIFT. hand wheel and at its end is swiveled a two arm bracketsuitable for receiving the axle. The car is then run over the pit until the axle to beremoved is directly over this device. It is then jacked up.By means of the wheel the bracket is then raised until theaxle rests in the bracket and the wheel is lifted clear of thetrack. The axle is then turned at right angles to itsformer position and parallel with the rails, when it is low-ered to the bottom of the pit. Dkcembkr, 1896.] STREET RAILWAY JOURNAL. LEGAL NOTES AND COMMENTS.* Edited by J. Aspinwall Hodge, Jk., and George L. Shearer, OE THE NEW YORK BAR. Instances of the Law of Negligence Applied toCable iind Trolley Lines. The books are full of cases which hold that there is aduty devolving upon one who attempts to cross a steamrailway track to look and listen, and that that duty, doesnot apply to one who crosses a street or a horse railroadtrack. Since the introduction of the cable and tlie trolleythe question as to

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Image from page 776 of “The street railway review” (1891)
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Title: The street railway review
Year: 1891 (1890s)
Authors: American Street Railway Association Street Railway Accountants’ Association of America American Railway, Mechanical, and Electrical Association
Subjects: Street-railroads
Publisher: Chicago : Street Railway Review Pub. Co
Contributing Library: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
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road goods. This is sufficient recommendation,and the number of street railways using them may vouchfor the rest. The Lindell Street Railway, of St. Louis, recentljplaced an order with the Scarritt Company for the equip-ment of thirty-eight cars, with the Scarritt adjustableseat, which is 2~i/l inches wide over all, with a back 20inches high, seat cushion 17 inches, and spaced ,^3 inchesbetween centers. THE NORTH CHICAGO CAR BARN FIRE. CHICAGOS car barn fire record is added to bythe burning of the North Chicago Street Rail-road Companys barn, at the corner of Racineavenue and Center street, on the morning of November9. The building was a two-story brick structure, front-ing 125 feet on Center street and 100 feet on Racineavenue. The dense fog which covered the city at thattime made the firemens rescue work harder and theflames gained such headway that in spite of a 4-11 callthe outer wall only escaped the ravages of the flames.There were stored in the barn at that time fifteen Conelly

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BURNING OF THK NORTH CHICAGO CAR HOUSE. gas motors, sixteen closed and twenty-two open cars.The tanks of all the motors but one had been dischargedbefore bringing them into the barn. No. 13, was theexception. A careless motorman explored a smell ofescaping gas with a lighted match. A flow of gas wasignited from the match, an explosion followed and thecar barn was soon on fire. The flames spread withstartling rapidity and the employes were able to save onlysix of the motors. The remainder was a total loss, tothe extent of ,000, fully covered by insurance intwenty-five companies. The horse barns immediately opposite the car barnwere saved by the efforts of the firemen. BROOKLYNS BIG CHIMNEY. BROOKLYN Citys powerhouse, now building atDavidson avenue, will have a land mark of achimney. It will be 300 feet high and will havea flue diameter of 17 feet. It will be completed Decem-ber I, and use 2,000,000 brick in construction. Thefamous Glasgow stack is 425 feet high, but only 9 feetin di

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Image from page 471 of “Electric railway review” (1906)
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Title: Electric railway review
Year: 1906 (1900s)
Authors: American Street and Interurban Railway Association
Subjects: Street-railroads Electric railroads
Publisher: Chicago : Wilson Co
Contributing Library: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
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epa.r Broken Motor Cases WITH THERMIT Pamphlet No. 3fi-Q gives full details. Goldschmidt Thermit Co. 90 West St., New York432-436 Folsom Street – – San Francisco What Would It Be Worth to know that your road was posi- ■^^ll tively protected against collisions? You could easily have the sense of security this knowledge would bring if your roadinvested in a Telegraph Signal equipment. The installation cost is smaller than you mayimagine. One dollar a month per station pays the maintenance—thats mighty cheapsafety insurance, isnt it? Ask for the detailed facts, please. Telegraph Signal Company, 282 State St., Rochester, N. Y. | 1 gr^Vfi&Lifr L Baltimore Center and Side Bearings FOR ELECTRIC TRUCKS Impossible to Clog Balls

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NoLubricationNecessary FLANGE WEAR SAVES:] RAIL WEAR TRUCK REPAIRS DURABILITY: UNDER BALTIMORE MD. THE T. H. SYMINGTON CO. HEAVIESTLOADS CHICAGO ILL. Flectric Railway Review PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. FORMERLY THE STREET RAILWAY REVIEW. THE WILSON COMPANY, CHICAGO. HW Harrison Street, ChicagoIm Nassau Street, New York1 r._M< Williamson Hldi:., Cleveland Voi T- Whole Nn Subscription: Domestic . … No.8 CHICAGO, FEBRUARY 22,1908 Vlbo^°- Foreign . . . a AmericasElectric Railways have made a good beginning for a prosperous year, and all indi-cations point to a business better than that of the average year. They will undoubtedly carry more passengers in more cars overmore miles of track than they ever did before. This means more business for electric rail- Do you intend to getway supply houses, for new cars must be pur-chased to provide for a constantly increasingtravel, as well as to replace antique equipmentno longer lit for service. More track, too,both for new lines and for ex

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