Rome City Street Railway Company

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This line operated as the Rome City Street Railway from 1885 through 1907. For the next two years, it was known as the Utica & Mohawk Valley Railway. From 1909 through 1933, it was called the New York Railways (the last 5 years being owned by the Associated Gas & Electric Company). In 1933, streetcar use was discontinued, and bus service was initiated, operating first under the Copper City Bus Line moniker, and then the Rome City Bus Line.


We are currently offering the following pieces from the Rome City Street Railway Company:





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