On Tuesday, May 10, 1910, a group of 21 businessmen boarded a chartered
interurban car and set off on a trip that could only be described as an
adventure. They traveled 2,000 miles, all on various electric railways, on
a route including 28 different interurban lines plus numerous streetcar
lines in six states.
This trip still retains two all-time records: the longest charter of an
interurban car and the longest continuous travel by electric railway in
the United States.
This book presents a day-by-day description of the route and activities
of the trip itself. Also included is information on preparations for the
trip, details on the modifications made to the special interurban car
used, disposition of the special car, and notes on other long distance
Perfectbound with 96 pages, more than 90 photographs, three route maps and
information on the interurban lines covered.