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Street Railway Journal

Compiled by Don Strack

This page was last updated on August 2, 2011.

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Changed to Electric Railway Journal in July 1914; changed to Transit Journal, Volume 76, 1932, with a focus on bus design.

(from a hand-written original done in October and November 1981; research completed at University of Utah library)

Street Railway Journal

January 10, 1903
Details of an steam motor car. (Street Railway Journal, Volume 21, Number 2, January 10, 1903, page 85)

January 10, 1903
Salt Lake City council allowed the Salt Lake City Railroad to decide about car fenders. (Street Railway Journal, Volume 21, Number 2, January 10, 1903, page 93)

January 24, 1903
"Improvements in Salt Lake City," with two photos. (Street Railway Journal, Volume 21, Number 4, January 24, 1903, page 140)

February 21, 1903
Photo of 3-gauge switch. (Street Railway Journal, Volume 21, Number 8, February 21, 1903, page 286)

October 17, 1903
Item about Consolidated Railway and Power construction. (Street Railway Journal, Volume 22, Number 16, October 17, 1903, page 741)

March 16, 1907
Item about new carbarns for Salt Lake City. (Street Railway Journal, Volume 29, Number 11, March 16, 1907, page 429)

November 9 , 1907
Item about UP motor cars. (Street Railway Journal, Volume 30, Number 19, November 9 , 1907, page 949)

October 2, 1909
"Electric Railways of Utah" (Street Railway Journal, Volume 34, Number 20, October 2, 1909, pages 517-523, copied November 2, 1981)

December 10, 1910
Plans and elevations of Salt Lake City car barns. (Street Railway Journal, Volume 36, Number 24, December 10, 1910, pages 1138-1142, copied November 2, 1981)

December 31, 1910
Semi convertible cars for Utah Light and Railway, with photo of no. 602, from St. Louis Car Company. (Street Railway Journal, Volume 36, Number 27, December 31, 1910, pages 1284, 1285, copied November 2, 1981)

April 22, 1911
Article, plans, and photos of Salt Lake and Ogden electrification, with photo of no. 307. (Street Railway Journal, Volume 37, Number 16, April 22, 1911, pages 700-707)

October 14, 1911
Item about wheel grader, with photo partially showing cars 101 and 102, both open single truck cars. (Street Railway Journal, Volume 38, Number 16, October 14, 1911, page 873)

June 15, 1912
Article, with photo and plan of Salt Lake City sand house. (Street Railway Journal, Volume 39, Number 24, June 15, 1912, page 1035)

March 13, 1913
Item about proposed extensions in Utah. (Street Railway Journal, Volume 41, Number 13, March 13, 1913, page 599)

January 10, 1914
Article, with photos, of Salt Lake and Utah progress. (Street Railway Journal, Volume 43, Number 2, January 10, 1914, page 87)

January 31, 1914
Item about electric railway development on Utah; includes reference to a "Ogden, Lewiston, and Northern Railway". (Street Railway Journal, Volume 43, Number 5, January 31, 1914, page 240)

June 13, 1914
Article, with photos, of Ogden composite car, photo of no. 45, by J. G. Brill Company, 6 cars. (Street Railway Journal, Volume 43, Number 24, June 13, 1914, page 1326)

Electric Railway Journal, (formerly Street Railway Journal)

August 8, 1914
Item about the opening of the Salt Lake and Utah. (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 44, Number 6, August 8, 1914, page 271)

September 12, 1914
Item about financial matters of the Utah Light and Traction. (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 44, Number 11, September 12, 1914, page 590)

October 31, 1914
Item about the organization of the Ogden, Logan and Idaho. (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 44, Number 18, October 31, 1914, page 1030)

December 5, 1914
Item about consolidation of Ogden Rapid Transit and Logan Rapid Transit. (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 44, Number 23, December 5, 1914, page 1253)

December 12, 1914
Article, with photos, of Ogden, Logan and Idaho line car no. 1. (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 44, Number 24, December 12, 1914, page 1304)

January 1, 1915
Article, with photos and map, of Salt Lake and Utah. (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 45, Number 1, January 1, 1915, page 54)

January 23, 1915
Article, with photos, of Salt Lake and Ogden steel tie construction. (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 45, Number 4, January 23, 1915, page 189)

February 27, 1915
Item about control of Utah Light and Traction. (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 45, Number 9, February 27, 1915, page 435)

October 30, 1915
Item about first train on the Ogden, Logan and Idaho (first train to Preston, Idaho, from Ogden, Utah - October 14, 1915). (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 46, Number 18, October 30, 1915, page 924)

November 27, 1915
Article, with photo and map, of Ogden, Logan and Idaho, from Ogden to Preston (photo of no. 901 freight). (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 46, Number 22, November 27, 1915, page 1073)

May 13, 1916
Item about electrification of Salt Lake and Los Angeles. (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 47, Number 20, May 13, 1916, page 921

June 10, 1916
Item about completion of Salt Lake and Utah to Payson., Celebration was held in Payson on May 26 and 27, 1916. (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 47, Number 24, June 10, 1916, page 1103)

July 15, 1916
Article, with photos, of summer cars for Salt Lake and Ogden (photo of no. 430). (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 48, Number 3, July 15, 1916, page 104)

July 22, 1916
Article, with photos, about Salt Lake and Utah. (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 48, Number 4, July 22, 1916, page 143)

December 22, 1916
Article, with photos, of Salt Lake and Utah substation (photo of two cars at Jordan Narrows). (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 48, Number 23, December 22, 1916, pages 1142-1146)

December 15, 1917
Article, with drawing, of Salt Lake, Garfield, and Western electrification. (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 50, Number 24, December 15, 1917, page 1070)

February 23, 1918
Item about Bamberger's own newspaper. (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 51, Number 8, February 23, 1918, page 391)

March 23, 1918
Item about Utah Light and Traction's own newspaper. (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 51, Number 12, March 23, 1918, page 589)

August 10, 1918
Article, with photos, of Bamberger carhouse fire in Ogden. (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 52, Number 6, August 10, 1918, page 239)

September 21, 1918
News item about Utah Light and Traction falling revenue. (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 52, Number 12, September 21, 1918, page 523)

January 3, 1920
Article, with photo, of Bamberger freight locomotives (photo of homebuilt no. 26). (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 55, Number 1, January 3, 1920, page 56)

August 7, 1920
Annual report of Utah Light and Traction comparing 1918 and 1919. (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 56, Number 6, August 7, 1920, page 289)

September 3, 1921
Article, with photos and map, of Utah Light and Traction. (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 58, Number 10, September 3, 1921, pages 347-351)

October 21, 1922
Item about bond to build the Salt Lake Terminal. (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 60, Number 17, October 21, 1922, page 688)

November 4, 1922
Item about contract to build Salt Lake Terminal. (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 60, Number 19, November 4, 1922, page 767)

October 27, 1923
Article, with photo, of Salt Lake Terminal -- opened on October 4, 1923. (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 62, Number 17, October 27, 1923, page 759)

February 4, 1924
Article, with photos and drawings, of Salt Lake Terminal. (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 63, Number 5, February 4, 1924, page 175)

May 30, 1925
Item about Salt Lake, Garfield and Western being offered to Salt Lake City as a gift, including the Saltair resort. (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 65, Number 22, May 30, 1925, page 872)

August 1, 1925
Item about Salt Lake and Utah receivers. (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 66, Number 5, August 1, 1925, page 182)

September 5, 1925
Item, with photo, of early mule-driven car for parade. (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 66, Number 10, September 5, 1925, page 374)

September 19, 1925
Item, with photo, of Utah Light and Traction car specially painted to advertize Saltair. (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 66, Number 12, September 19, 1925, page 451)

February 27, 1926
Item about Utah Light and Traction and Bamberger bus service petitions. (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 67, Number 9, February 27, 1926, page 378)

August 28, 1926
Item about Bamberger starting bus service between Salt Lake City and Ogden. (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 68, Number 9, August 28, 1926, page 360)

August 28, 1926
Item about Utah Idaho Central receivership. (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 68, Number 9, August 28, 1926, page 364)

October 9, 1926
Item about Utah Idaho Central replacing Logan street car line with bus service. (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 68, Number 15, October 9, 1926, page 688)

October 16, 1926
Item about Utah Light and Traction replacing Centerville street car service with bus service. (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 68, Number 16, October 16, 1926, page 747)

November 20, 1926
Item about Utah Idaho central receiver's sale. (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 68, Number 21, November 20, 1926, page 948)

December 25, 1926
Item about Utah Idaho Central receiver's sale to possible Missouri Pacific Railroad interests. (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 68, Number 26, December 25, 1926, page 1153)

April 16, 1927
Article, with photos, of Utah Light and Traction work car no. 03. (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 69, Number 16, April 16, 1927, page 697)

August 6, 1927
Article about Utah Light and Traction rebuilt cars, with photos and specifications. (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 70, Number 6, August 6, 1927, pages 230-234)

October 1, 1927
Item about Utah Light and Traction bus service to Sandy. (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 70, Number 14, October 1, 1927, page 610)

July 28, 1928
Item, with photo, of test of Salt Lake City trackless trolley in Cokes, New York on July 23, 1928. (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 72, Number 4, July 28, 1928, page 167)

August 25, 1928
Item, with photo, about Salt Lake City trackless trolley test in Salt Lake City on August 20, 1928. (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 72, Number 8, August 25, 1928, page 315)

September 8, 1928
Article, with photos, of Salt Lake City trackless trolley (photo of numbers 300 and 301). (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 72, Number 10, September 8, 1928, page 427)

February 9, 1929
Article, with photos and map, of Salt Lake City trackless trolley, including plans, specifications, and photo of no. 304 and photo of interior of car. (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 73, Number 5, February 9, 1929, pages 232-236, 5 pages)

May 1931
Diagram of Utah Light and Traction Salt Lake City car barns with tracks converted for trolley bus use. (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 75, Number 5, May 1931, page 248)

May 1931
Article about trolley bus maintenance for Salt Lake City. (Electric Railway Journal, Volume 75, Number 5, May 1931, page 249)

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