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Street Railways of Augusta – 1904 Map

This map shows the streetcar lines of 1904. Heavy black lines indicate double-tracked segments; lighter lines indicate single tracks. Green overlays have been added to indicate major parks, entertainment sites, and attractions along the lines. Several other important locations are also indicated, including the Confederate Monument which was effectively the hub of the system.

The Thirteenth Street bridge linked the intown system to North Augusta, Aiken, and the mill towns in between.

From: McGraw Electric Railway Manual: The Red Book of American Street Railway Investments. 1904. Online at Google Books.


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