Talk:Nassau Electric Railroad

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Opening dates
  • late May 1895: 39th Street Ferry to 37th Street car house, free until July 28 (see 7/27/1895)
  • July 28, 1895: 39th Street Ferry to Canarsie (see 7/28/1895 page 4 and 7/29/1895 page 4) and probably to Broadway Ferry (Williamsburg) via Rogers Avenue (12/29/1895 page 22 says within 3 days of July 28) - BUT 8/19/1895 page 12 says that it didn't reach Canarsie yet!
  • September 22, 1895: to Sheepshead Bay via Ocean Avenue
  • early October 1895: Liberty Avenue, Rockaway Avenue east (mentioned in 10/13/1895 page 23)
Trackage rights
Articles with specific information
  • 4/9/1895: agreements
  • 7/27/1895: car house at 37th Street and 13th Avenue
  • 12/29/1895 page 22: history
  • 3/4/1896 page 14: details of Brooklyn Traction Company's lines

--NE2 12:47, 8 January 2007 (UTC)

There is a full list of lines in Brooklyn Daily Eagle 7/16/1899 page 1:

It also lists all the lines of other companies. --NE2 17:55, 8 January 2007 (UTC)

Lines in 1898[edit]

The names are given in [1]:

Lines in 1906[edit]

The names are given in [2]:

Lines by origin[edit]

Atlantic Avenue Railroad
Nassau Electric Railroad
Coney Island and Gravesend Railway
Combinations