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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.
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Richmond, Virginia. [[Frank J. Sprague|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.