As usual, thanks to Bernie and John, for digitizing the newest additions to Bernie’s collection.

Car 109 or 110 according to Bernie.

This car is from the 112 to 122 series.

Car 201 – photo of the car operators equipment – May, 1922

Car 201. May, 1922

Car 201. May, 1922

Ford, Hydro-sub station. Not quite sure of the location of this one. Bernie thought maybe along Seminole, I’m leaning towards somewhere on the Ford property. Anyone out there have any ideas?

Photo taken along Riverside Dr. The British American Hotel is visible in the background.

Car 197. Photo from August, 1938.

More to come tomorrow… Bernie has recently acquired a huge new collection, so there is a whole bunch to come.

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