10 Responses to City of Miami Trolley #238

  1. That has to be Miami, not Miami Beach, according to the address provided.

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  2. Anonymous says:

    Yeah, that definitely has to be Miami. If that were an address in Miami Beach, it’d put this trolley somewhere in Biscayne Bay between South Beach and the Port of Miami.

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  3. Tony garcia says:

    Dunno. The description reads Miami Beach. Maybe it was an early numbering system that has since changed. Made me wonder. I’ll check into it more.

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  4. Felipe A says:

    smoove side…

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  5. Felipe A says:

    i meant to say “smoove ride”…

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  6. You are right, the location is Miami, not Miami Beach. We have corrected the information in the catalog record.

    Best,

    State Archives of Florida

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  7. Dave says:

    I didn’t know the trolleys went as far west as 16th Ave. Does anyone know what the old trolley routes were?

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  8. Anonymous says:

    I wonder if a new trolley system could be remodeled on the old as a means of historic preservation? How cool is it that the State Archives of Florida reads Transit Miami and even edits their info based on the brilliant readers.

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  9. Tony Garcia says:

    Pretty cool.

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  10. Mitchell Green says:

    There is a book out on the Trolley systems in Dade County.That’s right, systems.There were three,each owned by Miami,Miami Beach,and Coral Gables.The book is called “Biscayne Trolleys”.It is long out of print.

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