It's nice to see a good collection of color photographs of this former extensive transit operation. Because the system was shut down in 1954, there was a narrow window between World War II and then for color photography of the trolley lines. See the cars doing their work in all kinds of weather across the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan landscape.
Until 1954, Minneapolis and St. Paul were served by the yellow, home-built streetcars of Twin City Rapid Transit Company. Drawing on the Minnesota Streetcar Museum's collection, this is the first ever all-color book to tell the story of this extensive, well-run system.
Short History and Maps of the TCRT, pp. 3-8;
Como-Harriet, Oak-Harriet and Hopkins, pp. 9-20;
Lake Harriet, pp. 21-34;
The Interurban, pp. 35-45;
Selby-Lake, pp. 46-54;
The Minneapolis Lines, pp. 55-77;
The St. Paul Lines, pp. 78-106;
The Car houses and Shops, pp. 107-123;
Other Twin Cities Traction, pp. 124-128.
Morning Sun Books, hardcover with jacket, 128 pages, 11 x 8.5 x .5 in., Color photographs with captions.