TRANSIT SYSTEMS IN COLORADO

SMALLER CITIES


Canon City/Florence

1902-1906 - Florence Electric Street Railway Co.
1906-1907 - Canon City Florence & Royal Gorge Interurban Railway
1907-1910 - Canon City & Royal Gorge Railway

Durango

Horse Car
1890-1892 - Durango Street Railway
1892 - horse cars replaced with electric streetcars operated by new company

1892-1921 - Durango Railway & Realty Co.
1921 - streetcars discontinued

Grand Junction

Horse Car
1890-1896 - Grand Junction Street Car Co.
1896-1901 - Grand Junction Street Railway Co.
1901-1902 - City of Grand Junction

Electric Streetcar
1909-1914 - Grand Junction & Grand River Valley Railway Co.
1914-1926 - Grand River Valley Railway Co.
1926-1935 - Grand River Valley Railroad Co.
1928 - streetcars replaced with buses

HISTORIC INTERURBAN RAILWAY
Grand Junction-Fruita (1910-1928)

Greeley

After 1910 - Greeley & Denver Railroad Co.
1923 - streetcars discontinued

Private bus co. in 1952 - Greeley Transportation Co.

Loveland

Private bus co. in 1952 - Loveland City Bus Co.

Trinidad

Mule Car
1886-1887 - Trinidad Street Railroad Co.
1887-1893 - Trinidad Street Railway Co.

Electric Streetcar
1904-1908 - Trinidad Electric Railroad Co.
1908-1909 - Southern Colorado Power & Railway Co.
1909-1911 - Colorado Railway Light & Power Co.
1911-1923 - Trinidad Electric Transmission Railway & Gas Co.
1923 - streetcars discontinued

HISTORIC INTERURBAN RAILWAY
Trinidad-Cokedale/Starkville (1904-1923)


ADDITIONAL CITIES WITH HORSE CARS ONLY

In several smaller cities in Colorado, horse car routes were constructed in the late 1800's. But those routes were abandoned early, never converted to electric power.

Aspen - Aspen City Railway Co. (1891-1895, horse)
Leadville - Leadville Street Railroad Co.


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