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Hyde Park, Mass. (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): article 6
The First London street Railway. --The first passenger railroad in London commenced running on the 26th of March. It was built by G. F. Train, and was intended as an experiment, with a view to more extended operations. The road is only a mile long, from the marble arch, Hyde Park, down to Uxbridge road.
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The First London street Railway. --The first passenger railroad in London commenced running on the 26th of March. It was built by G. F. Train, and was intended as an experiment, with a view to more extended operations. The road is only a mile long, from the marble arch, Hyde Park, down to Uxbridge road.
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The First London street Railway. --The first passenger railroad in London commenced running on the 26th of March. It was built by G. F. Train, and was intended as an experiment, with a view to more extended operations. The road is only a mile long, from the marble arch, Hyde Park, down to Uxbridge road.