Design drawing, incluidng plan and elevation of an early Twin City Rapid Transit double truck wood streetcar, rebuilt to operate "one-man" (with only a motorman and no conductor). This particular rebuild remained on the drawing board only and was never implemented.
Design drawing, including plan and elevation of an older Nashville streetcar, probably used to supply operating dimensions for the group of lightweight streetcars to be built for Nashville. The Twin City Rapid Transit Company built streetcars for other cities including Nashville, Tennessee.
This is a general elevation drawing, plus end view of both towers. The suspended car transfer is in the center of the bridge drawing over the canal. Dimensions are included for the distance from the water to the bottom of the bridge span (135 feet) and the footings. The drawing shows small stone and gravel fill near and around the concrete footings at the base of each tower. The finials are shown in detail. Lake Avenue is shown from one tower to the other. Drawing H-5421A, U.S. Patent February 1903.
University of Minnesota Duluth, Kathryn A. Martin Library, Northeast Minnesota Historical Collections