Buffalo Interurban Electric Railways map, 1910
Buffalo was at its zenith in 1910. As the terminus of the Erie Canal, it was a major hub of commerce and industry, and had recently hosted a World's Fair only nine years before. Its proximity to Niagara Falls meant that electric power was cheap and plentiful, giving it the nickname "the city of lights." This meant that it was cheap and easy for electric railways to develop in Western New York.
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