Pensacola, Florida

pensa_state The panhandle city of Pensacola, Florida operated a municipal streetcar system that, at its peak, operated 30 steercars and carried four million passengers a year. The system was developed as early as 1884 by a German immigrant who was inspired by the emerging trolley system in St. Louis. The original system was known as the Pensacola Streetcar Company, servicing the city-center as well as a branchline along the coast eastward to Warrington -- known as a the "Bay Shore Line." The system was discontinued in 1932.

Pensacola map

Pensacola streetcar system map / collection

Bayshore Line

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