Image from page 248 of “The Street railway journal” (1884)
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Title: The Street railway journal
Year: 1884 (1880s)
Subjects: Street-railroads Electric railroads Transportation
Publisher: New York : McGraw Pub. Co.
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Smithsonian Libraries
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ment of a section of the tramway in that city, which is controlled by Wehrner, Beit Co. Mr. Worswick was formerly a resident of Canada, and has recently been engaged in installing electric railway equipments in Port Elizabeth and Cape Town, South Africa, which systems are also owned by the firm he represents. MP. F. O. RUSLING has recently been appointed general manager of the Port Elizabeth Tramway Company, Port Elizabeth, Cape Colony, South Africa. Mr. Rusling is very well known throughout the street railway field, and was formerly general manager of the Rochester (N. Y.) Railway Company. Before going to Rochester, Mr. Rusling was superintendent of the Buffalo Railway Company. Mr. Rusling will sail for Port Elizabeth about April 6, and will take with him the best wishes of his many friends in the United States. MR. H. P. BRADFORD, formerly general manager of the Cincinnati Inclined Plane Railway Company, has recently accepted the position of general manager of the Compania del Fer-
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J. S. KIDD 234 STREET RAILWAY JOURNAL. rocarriles de Destrito Federal de Mexico, the company owningthe street railways in the City of Mexico. Mr. Bradford will assume the position recently resigned by Mr. T. H. McLean, who is going to Toledo. Mr. Bradford, as is well known, has had along experience in electric railroading, and is well fitted for the position which he has assumed. MR. LOOMIS ALLEN, formerly superintendent of the track department of the Syracuse Rapid Transit Railway Company,has been promoted to the position of assistant general manager.Mr. Allen has been superintendent of the track department of this road since April r, 1805, and has had charge of all the construction work since that time. He has had several years experience in the engineering business in various parts of the country and is intimate with every detail of the work. His promotion was secured by faithful and efficient service. MR. EDWARD E. WESSELS, who was formerly general manager of the Standard Air Brake Co
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