Indianapolis, Indiana light rail system map, 1936
Indianapolis, and the state of Indiana, was the last place in the country to have an extensive "interurban" system, which we'd recognize today as light rail. The Indiana Railroad, its owner, had assembled its system from the remains of half a dozen predecessor companies, which had become uneconomical to run due to the auto competition and the Great Depression. The Indiana Railroad system, depicted here in 1936, covered most of the state of Indiana, but it was not to last. The system began to fall apart in the late 1930s, and all service ended in 1941.
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