Paterson, Passaic and Rutherford Electric Railway

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Paterson, Passaic and Rutherford Electric Railway
Industry Public transportation
Fate Merged
Successor New Jersey Electric Railway
Founded 1893
Panoramic map showing the rail system.

The Paterson, Passaic and Rutherford Electric Railway was a trolley line of 40.57 miles in track length incorporated in 1893 as a consolidation of Paterson & Little Falls Electric Railway Co., Grant Street Electric Railway Co., People's Park Railway Co., Paterson & Passaic Electric Railway Co. and Passaic, Rutherford & Carlstadt Electric Railway Co. located in northern New Jersey, the company was leased from 1894–1899 to the New Jersey Electric Railway Co.[1]

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