Union Traction Railroad in Indiana

This 11 x 17 inch print features pleasant views of Indianapolis and the surrounding regions and monsters. Sure to delight you and yours!

Comes with this description: Indianapolis was always at the forefront of railroad technologies, and was quick to realize the commercial potential of the new mechanized age. The same was true for railway cars and streetcars, such as when the Union Traction railway was created in 1930 to serve Indianapolis and the outer regions. Instead of journeying on perilous muddy roads and braving attacks by the Middletown Monster, citizens could enjoy a clean, comfortable ride on a streetcar and avoid attacks by the lumbering behemoth of the plains.




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