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Richmond, Virginia. Julian Sprague completed the 17 mile Richmond street car system in February 1888, the first in the US. It became the prototype for electric street railways because of its large-scale practicality and operating superiority.
 
Richmond, Virginia. Julian Sprague completed the 17 mile Richmond street car system in February 1888, the first in the US. It became the prototype for electric street railways because of its large-scale practicality and operating superiority.
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Richmond, Virginia. Julian Sprague completed the 17 mile Richmond street car system in February 1888, the first in the US. It became the prototype for electric street railways because of its large-scale practicality and operating superiority.