Columbus, Ohio streetcar system map, 1939
Columbus, population 300,000, was at the tail end of the streetcar era by 1939. Lesser-used streetcar lines were being continuously shut down, as the greater expense of operating streetcar lines was putting significant pressure on its operator, the Columbus & Southern Ohio Electric Company. (Today, the company is a subsidiary of American Electric Power and continues to provide electricity to greater Columbus.) This map is based on a period service guide.
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