transcribed from Railspot’s Facebook announcement of 8/25/2016:
The official premiere of the new TEXAS ELECTRIC RAILWAY program is Tuesday evening, September 13th at the EVENT 1013 center located at 1013 E. 15th Street in historic Plano, Texas. The premiere starts at 7:30 pm and will feature 31 minutes of color and 20 minutes of rare B&W movies from the collection of Johnnie J. Myers.
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With apologies in advance to electrical engineers who may read this, the Interurban ran on electricity. More specifically, it ran on direct current.
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From The Courier-Gazette, McKinney, TX 21 May 1921:
“J. F. Strickland Drops Dead in Dallas Home:
J. F. Strickland, long prominent in business circles in this city and State, dropped dead at his home, 3705 Rawlins street, Oak Lawn, this morning shortly before 10 o’clock.
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If you were living in Waco in 1913, you could have read an article in the Waco Morning News on October 29, 1913 announcing a new rail line, the Interurban. It was the final extension in one large system, part of the Texas Electric Railway.
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