. The Street railway journal . ges and hamlets of Barton-ville, Stony Creek, Fruitland,Winona and Grimsby. It is inmany respects unique amongthe electric railroads of boththe United States and Canada,as it closely corresponds in itsgeneral features to a steam rail-road branch line in a countrydistrict. Several of its cars arecombination passenger and bag-gage, and a large portion oftheir loads consist of baskets offruit, packages, large boxes, andarticles of merchandise, all ofwhich are carried at reasonablerates, based on weights anddistances . The cars stop atevery farmhouse along the wa)whe

. The Street railway journal . ges and hamlets of Barton-ville, Stony Creek, Fruitland,Winona and Grimsby. It is inmany respects unique amongthe electric railroads of boththe United States and Canada,as it closely corresponds in itsgeneral features to a steam rail-road branch line in a countrydistrict. Several of its cars arecombination passenger and bag-gage, and a large portion oftheir loads consist of baskets offruit, packages, large boxes, andarticles of merchandise, all ofwhich are carried at reasonablerates, based on weights anddistances . The cars stop atevery farmhouse along the wa)whe Stock Photo
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. The Street railway journal . ges and hamlets of Barton-ville, Stony Creek, Fruitland, Winona and Grimsby. It is inmany respects unique amongthe electric railroads of boththe United States and Canada, as it closely corresponds in itsgeneral features to a steam rail-road branch line in a countrydistrict. Several of its cars arecombination passenger and bag-gage, and a large portion oftheir loads consist of baskets offruit, packages, large boxes, andarticles of merchandise, all ofwhich are carried at reasonablerates, based on weights anddistances . The cars stop atevery farmhouse along the wa)when desired, and in some casesmilk stands have been erectednear its tracks, a profitable por-tion of its business being theconveyance of milk from farms through the country-sideinto Hamilton. Trips are made every hour throughoutthe day, and special excursion trips are frequentlyarranged for, as this route is deservedly one of the mostpopular in the city for pleasure riding. The company is incorjiorated under a special act of the. INTERIOR OF POWER STATION—H. G. & B^ ELECTRIC RAILWAY. Walkaways, and by tiack scrapers on each car. Thecars are heated in winter by coal stoves. The companys officeis and directors are as follows:president, B. l-^, Charlton, vice-president, E. Martin, secretary and general manager, J. B. Griffith, electricalengineer, W, V. Dean, directors, B. E. Charlton, E. 33 THE STREET RAILWAY JOURXAL SOUVENIR. October, 1895. Legislative Assembly of the Province of Ontario, and has 13 and 24 x 30, manufactured in Canada. The piping most of the rights granted to steam railroad companies, from boiler to engine room is 7 in. in diameter, and from with the additional right to use electricity as a motive the mains to the engine room is 5 in. All piping is power. Its authorized capital is , jJ;2oo, ooo with power to covered with mineral wool. increase, and the amount issued is $1 to, 000. Its

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