|Title||Postcard: model of Fare Box Horse Car of North Hudson County Railway of N.J.. Published ca. 1976, National Museum of History & Technology, Smithsonian Institution. Postmarked D.C., Aug. 28, 1976.|
|Collection||Hoboken Transportation Collection|
|Scope & Content||
Postcard: photo of model of Fare Box Horse Car of the North Hudson County Railway of New Jersey. Published circa 1976, National Museum of History & Technology, Smithsonian Institution. Postmarked Washington, D.C., August 28, 1976.
Gloss printed card, 4-1/8" x 5-7/8" wide.
Depicts the model of a horse-drawn street car no. 101 with Washington St. and Hoboken Ferry signage.
All text published on back:
The Fare Box Horse Car of about 1885; intended for lighly traveled lines where only a single horse and driver were required. This is a model of the car built for the North Hudson County Railway of New Jersey. The original car was built by John Stephenson.
National Museum of History & Technology, Smithsonian Institution.
A Mavis Pudding Picturecard.
streetcar / transportation
|Year Range from||1976|
|Year Range to||1976|
North Hudson County Railway Co.
Hoboken Ferry Company
|Caption||front: model of horse drawn street car, North Hudson County Railway|
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