Missouri and Kansas Interurban Railway

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The Missouri and Kansas Interurban Railway was an interurban line running from Kansas City, Missouri to Olathe, Kansas.

It ran from the early 1900s through 1940 and was the last of the interurbans in the Kansas City metropolitan area.[citation needed]

It was called the "Strang Line" for the Johnson County developer William B. Strang Jr..[citation needed]

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