LOST COMMUTER TRAINS

ADDITIONAL CITIES

The February 1901 "Official Guide Of The Railways" includes commuter operations in these additional cities, all of which were discontinued by 1930.


BIRMINGHAM AL

Southern Railway
Birmingham-Blossburg (19 miles), 1 daily rush hour round trip.
Discontinued in 1904.

COLUMBUS OH

Pennsylvania Railroad
Columbus-Millersburg (83 miles), 1 daily rush hour round trip.
Service extended in 1905 to Akron, discontinued in early 1920's.

INDIANAPOLIS

Pennsylvania Railroad
Indianapolis-Martinsville (30 miles), 2 daily round trips.
Discontinued in 1902.

KANSAS CITY

Santa Fe
Kansas City-Holliday (14 miles), 3 daily round trips.
Discontinued around time of World War I.

LOS ANGELES

Santa Fe
Los Angeles-Redondo (22 miles), 2 daily round trips.
Discontinued around time of World War I.

Los Angeles Terminal Railway
Los Angeles-East San Pedro (28 miles), 3 daily round trips.
Discontinued around time of World War I.

LOUISVILLE

Louisville & Nashville
Louisville-Anchorage (12 miles), 1 daily rush hour round trip.
Service later extended to Lagrange and Frankfort, and Shelbyville and Bloomfield.
All discontinued around time of World War I.