Map size in jpg-format: 44.8865MiB
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Attractive color-lithographed bird's-eye view of the eastern part of New England, showing the trolley routes in the area roughly bounded by New Bedford, Providence, Worcester, Concord, and Portland.
The map is an impressive work of popular color printing and showcases the golden age of American streetcar travel before that industry was decimated by the personal automobile.
The map includes seven insets of other New England routes not shown on the main map.
This is the 1907 edition. The imprint line suggests that it was published starting in 1904, and yearly thereafter.
The map was printed by George H. Walker & Co., Boston.
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