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  • ...y led the company to discontinue all streetcar service in 1949, making San Diego the first major Southwestern city to convert to an all-bus transit system. <blockquote>''So I set to work to develop...a street railway system which would reach out to even the outlying section of the city.''<re
    19 KB (2,897 words) - 19:31, 5 August 2013
  • ...na'' (part of the Spreckels transportation empire) plies the waters of San Diego Bay ''circa'' 1910. The vessel was built at the Risdon Iron Works in [[Oakl
    796 B (116 words) - 18:13, 1 August 2013
  • ...>{{Subpages}}</noinclude>A short line, standard gauge American electrified railway system founded by "sugar heir," developer, and entrepreneur John D. Sprecke
    179 B (23 words) - 17:52, 26 July 2013
  • ...d V.|year=1960|title=Rails of the Silver Gate|publisher=Golden West Books, San Marino, CA|id=ISBN 0-87095-019-3}} * {{cite book|author=Hanft, Robert M.|year=1984|title=San Diego & Arizona: The Impossible Railroad|publisher=Trans-Anglo Books, Glendale, C
    2 KB (264 words) - 14:44, 29 July 2013
  • ...duce "Class 1" streetcar service along a historic 3.5 mile line in the San Diego community of [[North Park]]. * {{cite web | title=Orange Empire Railway Museum | url=http://www.oerm.org | accessmonthday=November 29 | accessyear=
    2 KB (232 words) - 18:10, 26 July 2013
  • {{r|San Diegan}} {{r|San Diego and Arizona Railway}}
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