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Going off the rails

Brandon's streetcars were rolled out, then scrapped, within 20 years

<p>A streetcar on Rosser Avenue — looking east from 10th Street — circa 1913. The street railway service was finally shut down in April 1932.</p></p>

BRANDON UNIVERSITY, MCKEE ARCHIVES, STUCKEY COLLECTION

A streetcar on Rosser Avenue — looking east from 10th Street — circa 1913. The street railway service was finally shut down in April 1932.

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History

Updated on Saturday, April 29, 2017 at 8:17 PM CDT: changes story to long form

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