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× Cleveland & Eastern Traction Co.
1910–1925. Separated from Eastern Ohio Traction Co.
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× Cleveland & Chagrin Falls Railway Co.
1910 Cleveland Youngstown & Eastern Railway Co. → 1915–1925 Cleveland & Chagrin Falls Railway Co. Separated from Eastern Ohio Traction Co.
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× Eastern Ohio Traction Co.
1902–1910
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× Chagrin Falls & Eastern Railway Co.
1901–1902. Merged into Eastern Ohio Traction Co.
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× Cleveland & Eastern Railway Co.
1899–1902. Merged into Eastern Ohio Traction Co.
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× Cleveland & Chagrin Falls Electric Railway Co.
1897–1902. Merged into Eastern Ohio Traction Co.
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Sources

1. Joseph M. Canfield (Editor). CERA Bulletin No. 108, Electric Railways of Northeastern Ohio. Chicago: Central Electric Railfan’s Association, 1965.

2. Kenneth S. P. Morse. A history of the Cleveland streetcars from the time of electrification,: In memory of the cars of my childhood, especially nos. 9, 19, 416, 813, and 0169. Baltimore, 1955.

3. Kenneth S. P. Morse. Ohio Trolleys. Baltimore: Sutherland Press, 1960.

4. Lawrence A. Brough and James H. Graebner. From Small Town to Downtown: A History of the Jewett Car Company, 1893-1919 (Railroads Past and Present). Indiana University Press, 2004.

5. Alan Lind. From Horsecars to Streamliners: An Illustrated History of the St. Louis Car Company. Park Forest, IL: Transport History Press, 1978.

6. Lawrence A. Brough. The Electric Pullman: A History of the Niles Car & Manufacturing Company. Indiana University Press, 2013.

See also

http://www.trainweb.org/ceihsm/index.html — The Cleveland and Eastern Interurban Historical Society and Museum.

http://streetcars.telcen.com/ — a personal site of Dr. Harold E. Cox with author’s books and car builders’ order lists.

Links

The Cleveland and Eastern Interurban Historical Society and Museum
http://www.trainweb.org/ceihsm/index.html
 

The Cleveland and Eastern Interurban Historical Society and Museum is a non-profit group dedicated to the preservation of artifacts and materials relating to Northeast Ohio's Interurban Railways

   

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