Talk:1-50 series (Chicago 'L')

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12Sep13[edit]

“built from streetcar specifications…resemble current mass transit car designs” stinks. These were modern rapid transit cars designed to utilize existing streetcar components. These cars didn’t need the streetcar stuff, they saved money using it. They were a solid, successful design, 35 years service is pretty good.

“A design similar…was considered” in Toronto 15 years before?

Tried to shorten infobox, it’s longer than the article. Refurbishment took up 4 lines, maybe the M-K was good, but there were tons of small stuff like the ‘64 Skokie, it’s not special. None are in service, St Louis address not necessary, there’s a link to the company, Depots wasn’t good. Most of the info checked out.Sammy D III (talk) 02:23, 13 September 2013 (UTC)

I used route links in Equipment, then repeated them in Routes. I think they have to be in Routes.Sammy D III (talk) 01:01, 15 September 2013 (UTC)

Detailed description needed[edit]

What are the components of a pan trolley? Is it similar to a bow collector? Peter Horn User talk 02:29, 7 November 2013 (UTC)