Last edited by Dunris
Wednesday, August 5, 2020 | History

3 edition of Washington, Spa Spring and Gretta Railroad Company. found in the catalog.

Washington, Spa Spring and Gretta Railroad Company.

United States. Congress. House

Washington, Spa Spring and Gretta Railroad Company.

by United States. Congress. House

  • 230 Want to read
  • 10 Currently reading

Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Railroads,
  • Washington (D.C.)

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesTo amend act permitting Washington, Spa Spring and Gretta R.R. to enter D.C
    SeriesH.rp.2204
    ContributionsUnited States. Congress. House. Committee on the District of Columbia
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination4 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16105629M

    Available in search results n Next page p Previous page f Toggle filters Open nth result on page. Cottage City, officially the Town of Cottage City, is a town in Prince George's County, Maryland, United States. [5] The population was 1, at the census. [6] Cottage City is a small, quiet community lying between Eastern Avenue (the border with Washington), Brentwood, Colmar Manor, and the Anacostia e City was developed, beginning in , under the name of "The Highlands".

    Silver Spring, Maryland. People waiting for a train at the railroad station Contributor Names (Library of Congress) Repository Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. USA Silver Spring, Maryland. People waiting for a train at the railroad station. Maryland Montgomery County Silver Spring Silver Spring. Cottage City is a town in Prince George's County, Maryland, United States. [1] The population was 1, at the census. Cottage City is a small, quiet community lying between Eastern Avenue (the border with Washington, D.C.), Brentwood, Colmar Manor, and the Anacostia e City was developed beginning in under the name of "The Highlands.".

    Washington, and to modify the Crew Consist Agreement effective Septem on the First Seniority District on the Northwest District - Oregon Division. It is hereby mutually agreed by and between the parties signatory hereto as follO\~s: PART A Article I ESTABLISHMENT OF POOL FREIGHT SERVICE Section 1. As part of ride-sharing company’s new focus and long-term growth plan, Uber is now offering users new ways to get around their cities other than a traditional car. Uber users will be able to use the service’s app to use a bike share service, book tickets for public transit buses and trains, and even rent cars.


Share this book
You might also like
Force, cosmos, monads

Force, cosmos, monads

Catechetics today

Catechetics today

Pathways, Service Coordination Inservice Project

Pathways, Service Coordination Inservice Project

Meteorology and the human environment.

Meteorology and the human environment.

Developmental therapy

Developmental therapy

Design and selection of small wastewater treatment systems

Design and selection of small wastewater treatment systems

An almanack of the caelestial motions, aspects, and eclipses, for the year of the Christian aera, 1721

An almanack of the caelestial motions, aspects, and eclipses, for the year of the Christian aera, 1721

Promises & lies.

Promises & lies.

Millers River

Millers River

Environmental conditions in northern Gulf of Mexico coastal waters following Hurricane Katrina

Environmental conditions in northern Gulf of Mexico coastal waters following Hurricane Katrina

Government competition

Government competition

Grays Lake National Wildlife Refuge

Grays Lake National Wildlife Refuge

Compendium of human responses to the aerospace environment

Compendium of human responses to the aerospace environment

Selected poems, 1943-1966.

Selected poems, 1943-1966.

Food of the Woodpeckers of the United States.

Food of the Woodpeckers of the United States.

Stratigraphy and structure of the subsurface Cambrian and Ordovician carbonates of New York

Stratigraphy and structure of the subsurface Cambrian and Ordovician carbonates of New York

Washington, Spa Spring and Gretta Railroad Company by United States. Congress. House Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Spa Spring name also remained associated with Bladensburg through the opening, inof the Washington-Spa Spring-Gretta electric streetcar. The line ran from 15th and H Streets NE in the District of Columbia to its northern terminus near Hyattsville, and was later extended to Berwyn.

Washington and Potomac Railroad: Virginia Midland Railway: SOU: Richmond and Danville Railroad: Virginia and North Carolina Railroad: SOU: Washington City, Virginia Midland and Great Southern Railway: Washington, Alexandria and Georgetown Railroad: RF&P: Alexandria and Washington Railroad: Washington City and Point.

10 “An Act to amend an Act authorizing the Washington, Spa Spring and Gretta Railroad Company of Maryland to enter the District of Columbia, approved February eighteenth, nineteen hundred and seven,” Public Law No. The Statutes at Large of Washington United States of. A single-track trolley line ran through the community from Washington to Bladensburg.

Called the Washington, Spa Spring and Gretta Railroad, the trolley was eventually discontinued inpartially due to competition from the B & O Railroad and the streetcar line in Mt.

Rainier. [4]. Tennallytown and Rockville Railroad Washington Interurban Railroad was the Washington Interurban Railway () which was the Washington, Spa Spring and Gretta Railroad () Washington, Wayside and Forest Glen Railway and Power Company (?) Anacostia and Potomac River Railroad included these companies: Capital Railway Belt.

The Washington, Spa Spring and Gretta Railroad Company extended to the community inwith service continuing to 8 Bythe small town contained just over residents in 38 houses. 9 Inthese neighbors formed. The Washington, Spa Spring and Gretta Railroad Company. Began in as a single-track trolley line.

It ran from a car barn at 15th and H Street, NE in Washington along Bladensburg Road to Bladensburg. The line was initially planned to run as far as Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, but service was only extended as far as Berwyn Heights. (This. The Washington Spa Spring & Gretta Railroad (WSSGRR) was a streetcar that served Berwyn Heights, - Incorporated in Maryland inWSSGRR started running from 15th and H Street, NE to Bladensburg in An extension to Riverdale and Berwyn Heights opened inusing novel Edison-Beach storage battery cars.

It was one of a series of letters in a campaign organized by the Berwyn Heights Association (BHA) to stop the closing of the Washington Interurban Railroad (formerly Washington, Spa Spring & Gretta Railroad) between Riverdale and Berwyn Heights.

The Berwyn Heights Association will be the subject of the next BHHC street marker. Baltimore Electric Rail Society Homepage‎ > ‎ Maryland's Electric Railways. United Railways and Electric Company Washington and Annapolis Electric Railway fromthen changed to Washington, Washington, Spa Spring and Gretta Railway   The Washington, Gretta, & Spa Spring Streetcar stops running.

Inthe WSS&G corporation went bankrupt and the line was sold to the Washington Railway. The line continued to be unprofitable, and inWashington Railway terminated service north of Riverdale Heights. Incorporators of Charlton Heights Improvement Company listed in “A New Real Estate Company,” Washington Post, 30 Augustp Members of Board of Directors of Charlton Heights Improvement Company listed in “Election of Officers,” Evening Star, 26 Januaryp [26]Washington, Spa Spring, and GrettaThe last new streetcar company to form was the Washington, Spa Spring and Gretta Railroad.

It was chartered by the state of Maryland on Februand authorized to enter the District on Febru [1]. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.

Govt Report Washington, Spa Spring and Gretta Railroad Company # $ + $ Shipping. STYLES OF ORNAMENT VOLUME BY ALEXANDER SPELTZ - NICE ILLUSTRATIONS- KD Complete Guide to Edible Plants Outdoor Survival Plant Book - US Army Guide.

$ Shipping: + $ Shipping. Popular. Almost gone. CISA Review Questions Seller Rating: % positive. The Washington times. (Washington [D.C.])JanuLast Edition, Page 2, Image 2, brought to you by Library of Congress, Washington, DC, and the National Digital Newspaper Program.

Most of the housing in Riverdale reflects the unpretentious tastes and modest means of a middle-class population that was able to afford a suburban lifestyle because of the inexpensive and efficient transportation offered first by the City & Suburban line and later by the Washington, Spa Spring, and Gretta line on the eastern edge of town.

Companies covered include the Berwyn and Laurel Electric Railroad Company; Washington and Laurel Traction Co.; Baltimore and Washington Turnpike and Tramway Co.; Columbia and Maryland Railway Co.; and the City and Suburban Railway Company of Washington. This paper, prepared as part of Wallace's initiation into Phi Mu, an engineering honor.

The Washington times. [volume] (Washington [D.C.])MaPage 6, Image 6, brought to you by Library of Congress, Washington, DC, and the National Digital Newspaper Program.

The Everett Railroad passes through Roaring Spring. The Everett Railroad passes through Roaring Spring. Everett Railroad Company Roaring Spring, Pa.

wmryf7. Went to high school in Washingtonand the Georgetown Branch had daily service at the time. CSX put welded rail down on the line inand I believe it was abandoned in the late s.

A stub may have remained in service for a few years, as you note. .Frederick and Northern Railroad Company: PRR: Hanover and York Railroad Company: Frederick and Pennsylvania Line Railroad Company (F&PL) PRR: Frederick and Northern Railroad Company: George's Creek and Cumberland Railroad: WM: Western Maryland Railway: Green Ridge Railroad: N/A: Operated as a.For just under years, between andstreetcars in Washington, D.C., transported people across the city and region.

The first streetcars in Washington, D.C., were drawn by horses and carried people short distances on flat terrain; but the introduction of cleaner and faster electric streetcars, capable of climbing steeper inclines, opened up the hilly suburbs north of the old city.