6 edition of Arkansas Valley Interurban found in the catalog.
Arkansas Valley Interurban
by South Platte Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||60|
AVI - Little Arkansas River Bridge (Harvey County, Kansas) Built , Abandoned Concrete Arch Bridge over Little Arkansas River on Abandoned Arkansas Valley Interurban Railroad Closed to all traffic. A portion of the Hutchinson line was opened by the Arkansas Valley Interurban Railway in December as the end of a line from Wichita, and the Hutchinson and Northern Railway built the remainder in as a connecting electric freight line. The H&N later acquired a piece of the interurban and dieselized its arters: Salt Lake City, Utah.
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Arkansas Valley Interurban: Wichita, Newton, Hutchinson (Interurbans Special #19 April )/5(2). Excellent history of the Arkansas Valley Interurban which served Wichita, Kansas from untilproviding both passenger and freight service.
Covers the AVI from its prospectus through to its demise and then follows the Hutchinson & Northern Railway. 66 pages. Read more Read less click to open popover/5(2). The Electric Way is the story of the Arkansas Valley Interurban, an electric-powered railroad that served the plains of south-central Kansas from to Connecting the major cities of Wichita, Newton and Hutchinson, the AVI was constructed in a short-lived era of great public optimism for the interurban railroad Rating: % positive.
Get this from a library. Arkansas Valley Interurban: the electric way. [Robert Collins] -- Describes the history of the Arkansas Valley Interurban, an electric-powered railroad that served the plains of south-central Kansas from to.
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The Arkansas Valley Interurban, know as the AVI for short, started service in and it didn't exactly look like your traditional railroad with an engine and multiple cars.
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Home > Used Books > ARKANSAS VALLEY INTERURBAN I.S. 19 REVISED. ARKANSAS VALLEY INTERURBAN I.S. 19 REVISED. 0 Review(s) 0. Price. Your Price: $ Part Number: Quantity Add to Cart. Review this item. Add to Wish List. Email a friend. Used Book. The Arkansas Valley Interurban Railway (AVI) was an interurban railway that operated in Kansas USA from to for passengers and to for freight, running between Wichita, Newton, and Hutchinson.
It operated a small fleet of electrically powered passenger and freight equipment. Service was suspended during World War II and never resumed, except on a. Check Book Reviews; Sign Up to Receive Blog Posts; All Books; Arkansas Valley Interurban.
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A review of the Evening Kansan revealed that Theis Park was a popular site for picnics from to Often a group would “hike” out to the park west of Newton, have a wiener roast and then ride the AVI back into town. Carl also had other fun memories about growing up in Harvey County to share in his letter to Hurley.
“When I was going to High School I had a model T. The Electric Way is the story of the Arkansas Valley Interurban, an electric-powered railroad that served the plains of south-central Kansas from to Connecting the major cities of Wichita, Newton and Hutchinson, the AVI was constructed in a short-lived era of great public optimism for the interurban railroad concept.
There is an INTERURBANS SPECIAL book on the Arkansas Valley Interurban, now long out of print. Perhaps 'that' Auction site might come up with a copy. I bought mine right from the publisher, Ira Swett, back in the day.
James R. (Jim) Baker. The only surviving car from the Arkansas Valley Interurban in Kansas is this steel car, num built by American Car Company in Constructed as a combine, it was rebuilt into a box motor in ; two years later it was de-motored and spent the last two years of its service life as a freight trailer until it was retired in The body is preserved at the Great Plains.
Published on Nov 3, The AVI was an electric railway that started carrying passengers in The main line connected Wichita, Newton and Hutchinson.
If you look close you can still find. "ARKANSAS VALLEY INTERURBAN: THE AVI ROUTE " Interurbans Special A scarce first edition from telling the story of the Arkansas Valley Interurban, an electric-powered railroad that served the plains of south-central Kansas from to Arkansas Valley Interurban Ry.
2 was built by Cincinnati Car Co in It was renumbered 11 in and shortly rebuilt as line car It was wrecked in 2nd 2 was built by McGuire-Cummings Car Co in as Michigan United Traction Co It was sold and rebuilt as AVI 2 in and wrecked in The body was sent to Bethel College.
Chandler, Allison. Trolley through theSage Books, Isely, Malcolm D. Arkansas Valley Interurban: Wichita, Newton, Hutchinson April Leonard, Jean D. "Harvey County's AVI was the 'car of the people'."Newton Kansan, J ; Most of the remaining traces of the A.V.I.
are on private property or are very difficult to get to, but .Arkansas Valley Interurban by Malcolm D Isely 19 Los Angeles & Redondo: Electric Railways of Redondo, Inglewood, Gardena & Southwest Los Angeles by Ira L. Swett — not in English Common Knowledge. Does anyone know what, if any, rolling stock from the Arkansas Valley Interurban is still in existence?
AVI #7, a St. Louis interurban, was reported by Alan Lind's book "From Horsecars to Streamliners" as being at the Wichita Historical Museum, but I haven't been able to confirm its existence.