The Lost Subways of North America - Southeast
The cities of the old Confederacy all had streetcar systems before World War II, and all of them - except for New Orleans - were demolished. This is partially due to streetcars' longevity. When air conditioning was introduced in the 1950s, riders preferred air-conditioned buses to sweltering, humid streetcars.
The Lost Subways book will come out in November; pre-orders are open.
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