This photo, taken in 1936 on Forsyth near Main in downtown Jacksonville captures the meeting of old and new transit systems. According to FDOT, “One by one the ‘Motor Transit Company’ replaced the electric trolley cars. From February 28, 1933 until 1936, only the Kings Road and la Villa lines ran, and then only during rush hours. Jacksonville soon became the nation's largest city with no rail transit.”
Enoden (Enoshima Railway) and hydrangea in Kamakura, Japan
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Manchester Metrolink - As a M5000 approaches 1009 is at the back of a double unit departing Abraham Moss.