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1930s Brooklyn Trolley Dodgers Roll Sign Vellum GREENPOINT LORIMER NASSAU 23x48 inches


This Brooklyn Trolley sign is 23 inches wide and 48 inches long. It is made of a cloth-like material called Vellum.


There is edge wear along both vertical edges from WILSON down to GRAHAM.

At one time, all surface transit in Brooklyn was operated by rail - either trolleys or rapid transit - by the Brooklyn Rapid Transit company. In 1923, the Brooklyn-Manhattan Transit company emerged from the rubble of the BRT's bankruptcy to operate the subways and trolleys in Brooklyn.
In 1940, the City of New York took control of all transit operations in the city.
On June 1, 1940, there were over 1,200 trolleys in regular passenger service.
After the Board of Transportation took over, removal of rail service in favor of buses began to accelerate.
The last Brooklyn trolley operated in 1956.

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This sign would be great for bar or restaurant decoration, dorm room, den, etc. Also makes that one of a kind gift - you can't find this at Sears or Target. Have fun touring old New York. Own a piece of New York history!

Item shipped for free via USPS Priority Mail in the United States. Foreign buyers to pay actual shipping charges.