The New Electric Railway Journal

The New Electric Railway Journal was a trade publication focused on the electric railway industry in North America. The magazine was founded in 1891 in Chicago, Illinois and was one of the longest-running and most respected industry publications in its time. Image:the-new-electric-railway-journal-sample-cover

The magazine covered a wide range of topics related to electric railway technology, including track construction, power supply systems, motor technology, and car design. It also provided news and analysis on the latest trends and developments in the industry, as well as demographic and financial data related to electric railways.

The New Electric Railway Journal was popular among industry professionals and was known for its objective and thorough coverage. The magazine's writers and editors included some of the most prominent experts in the field, including engineers, architects, and urban planners.

The magazine ceased publication during World War II, with its final issue being published in 1940. Despite the end of publication, The New Electric Railway Journal is remembered as an important historical record of the early days of electric railways in North America, as well as a valuable resource for research related to the industry.{{Categories}}

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