100 PCC Trolley Cars Ran in
A pictorial of the pioneer PCC trolley fleet of Brooklyn. From 1936 to the end of trolley operations in 1956, this first order of PCC cars are traced one car at a time. In 87 pages, all in black & white photographs, each car comes to represent a stage of their short history.
- ASIN: 0964576562
Kenneth Cole Reaction The Brooklyn Commuter 15" RFID Laptop
Stroll in style with The Brooklyn Commuter durable 1680D polyester modernized slim double compartment checkpoint friendly EZ-Scan 15.0 laptop business backpack with RFID protection and rear trolley tunnel stash pocket from Kenneth Cole Reaction (eBags Exclusive. This backpack may fit up to a 17 laptop in many cases as well. This slim business computer backpack boasts many interior pockets and compartments for all your business essentials while still maintaining a compact slim construction. The perfect modern professional laptop backpack for travelers whom value both style and functionality.
- Color: Navy
- Brand: Kenneth Cole REACTION
- ASIN: B071L67BNQ
- UPC: 023572508958
New York's Last Trolleys, Brooklyn, Queens, NYC [DVD]
Here are the last four trolley lines to operate in New York City: #35 The Church Avenue Line, #68 The Coney Avenue Line, #50 MacDonald Avenue Line, all in Brooklyn shown operating with the famous PCC (President's Conference Car). The last line is the Queensborough Bridge Railway, covered in fascinating detail from Queens Plaza on Long Island to the underground terminal in New York City. The film features some of the last trips in 1956 and transportation of car 1001 to the Brantford Museum in Connecticut.
- ASIN: B00613EFGU
- UPC: 609465442877
Photo: Bob Caruthers, Brooklyn Trolley-Dodgers, Bridegrooms, 1888 . Size: 8x10
Photograph Description: Bob Caruthers, Brooklyn Trolley-Dodgers, Brooklyn Bridegrooms, baseball photo portrait Other Photograph Description: Card set: Old Judge Cabinets (N173) Related Names: Goodwin & Co. , sponsor Published: 1888-89. Notes: baseball photo. Issued by: Goodwin & Company. Forms part of: baseball photos from the Benjamin K. Edwards Collection. Subjects: Caruthers, Bob (Team member) Brooklyn Trolley-Dodgers Brooklyn Bridegrooms Brooklyn American Association National League outfielder pitcher Albumen prints--1880-1890. baseball photos--1880-1890. Cabinet photographs--1880-1890.
- Brand: Infinite Photographs
- ASIN: B06WWJ4XXW
Handsomely done black and white pictorial of every type of trolley used by the Brooklyn trolley system as well as photos of the stations and overall system. Based largely on the collection of Edward Bishop Watson, past president of the Brooklyn Historical Society and dean of New York transportation history, this collection is definitive and well-chosen. Includes roster. With oversized foldout map of the system plus 2 pages of color photos. 118 pages.
- Brand: Brand: N J Intl
- ASIN: 0934088179
Trolley Map Brooklyn Printed on Dictionary
Each print is on a page of vintage dictionary paper, so no two are alike. You will not be getting this exact page. These prints may have slight signs of wear and use like folds, tiny pencil/pen marks, etc which lend to the uniqueness and character of each piece. You will not get the exact page shown in the image, but you will get a print from the same book, Every piece is original. Measures approx. 7.75" x 11". Frame is not included. You will receive just the print. If you would like another image listed in my shop printed on a map page please just contact me thru the conversations area. Shipping: This print is securely packaged in a cello sleeve with a cardboard back.
- Color: black
- Brand: DarkIslandCity
- ASIN: B07GMXG1YZ
Bachmann PCC Street Car Brooklyn and Queens Transit with Die-Cast Power Truck HO
The PCC Streamline trolley car ruled such cities as Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and Toronto until the late 1950s. They were the choice of commuters for getting to work, school, and shopping.
- Brand: Bachmann Trains
- ASIN: B0013K2WQQ
- UPC: 022899629322
Brooklyn NY Strike Trolley Ambulance Car 1895 vintage newsprint old sheet
A Trolley Ambulance Car ( 19th Century American culture) Issued 1895, New York, by Harpers Weekly Wonderful original antique offset/photo mechanical print. Printed in the late 19th century, the actual paper sheet as seen from what is now a very scarce periodical. An utterly fascinating old artifact regarding this topic. The visual effect is one of a long past time, and from this perspective the uniquely printed sheet of paper is most appealing. The type of now long gone machinery used and the look created by it is visually quaint by modern standards. In Good+ to near VG [or better] condition: sheet displays uniform age browning/ toning as typical, light scattered spotting or foxing, light edge wear, perhaps a soft crease across the center of the sheet, and could have small edge splits which have been carefully and almost invisibly repaired on verso; overall the main image remains clean and very attractive. Any minor defects may hopefully be clearly seen in the images. Text on verso as issued-This is an original printed sheet from this scarce 19th century American periodical. Thus, this form is the only way this image can be acquired other than perhaps as a modern reprint- but who wants that when you can have the original at this totally reasonable price? Please examine the scan c...
- ASIN: B01M707LWA
Brooklyn Part I
- ASIN: B00198FF98
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