The Pacific Electric Railway was incorporated November 10, 1901 with the primary owner Henry Edwards Huntington, Collis P. Huntington's favorite nephew. At the time Southern California was so vast and its population so dispersed, Huntington believed the only way to tie everything together was by an interurban electric railway system.
This is Volume two in a four-volume set which will cover in text, Black-and-White pictures and captions the Pacific Electric routes and services by Division.
Contents: Introduction, pp. 6-10; Covina Rail Line, pp. 11-16; Pomona Line, pp. 17-24; Pomona Local Lines, pp. 25-26; Upland to Pomona, pp. 27-28; San Bernardino Line, pp. 29-53; Riverside Line, pp. 54-60; Riverside-Arlington-Corona Line, pp. 61-68; Riverside-Redlands Line (Via San Bernardino), pp. 69-72; San Bernardino Local Lines, pp. 73-79; Redlands Local Lines, pp. 80-82; Box Motor Service, pp. 83-90; Railway Post Office Service, pp. 91-94; Freight Service, pp. 95-107; Railroad Enthusiast Excursions, pp. 108-110; Bibliography, pg. 111; acknowledgments, pg. 112.
Golden West Books, softcover, 112 pages, standard landscape book 10 x 8 in., Black-and-White photographs with captions and text.