Houston-Galveston interurban rail map, 1923
Before there was the Gulf Freeway, there was the Interurban, an electric rail transit line which ran between Galveston and Houston out of Union Station, which has since been converted into a baseball park. The Interurban covered the distance between downtown Houston and Galveston in 75 minutes a century ago. The line went out of business during the Great Depression. The Houston-Galveston Interurban's line currently is used for power lines.
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- Image will be printed with a border for framing.
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