Image from page 853 of “The Street railway journal” (1884) – Detroit Picture

Identifier: streetrailwayjo191902newy
Title: The Street railway journal
Year: 1884 (1880s)
Subjects: Street-railroads Electric railroads Transportation
Publisher: New York : McGraw Pub. Co.
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
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n combined with thoseof general manager. MR. THOMAS GANNON, for the past three years divisionsuperintendent of the Weymouth & Braintree branch of the OldColony Street Railway, of Boston, Mass., has resigned to becomedivision superintendent of the Mansfield & Walpole division ofthe Blue Hill Street Railway Company, of Boston. MR. JOHN A. WALKER,vice-president, treasurer and generalmanagers of the Joseph Dixon Crucible Company, of Jersey City,N. J., sailed for Europe on June 17. Mr. Walker will spend mostof the time at the companys London branch and in businessvisits to the various Dixon agencies on the continent. MR. C. W. GEARHART, who has had charge of the elevatedcars of the Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company on the bridge, hasresigned to accept a position in Boston, and his place is to betaken by Superintendent E. F. Rives, who has heretofore actedas superintendent of the associated lines on the bridge. The lat-ters title hereafter will be superintendent of the bridge division,

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T. G. HANSEN the elevated and surface lines being combined and placed under his charge. MR. T. G. HANSEN, until recently general superintendent ofthe system of the Northern Ohio Traction Company, sails for England June 25 tobecome traffic man-ager for one of theleading properties ofthe British ElectricTraction Company, ofLondon, which oper-ates traction lines ina number of Englishcities. M-. Hansensfirst street railwaywork was as a grip-man on one of theChicago cable roads.Later he became aninspector, and fouryears ago went toCleveland as divisionsuperintendent of theCleveland ElectricRailway. Severalmonths ago he wasappointed general superintendent of the Northern Ohio TractionCompany. Mr. W. H. Douglas, heretofore division superintendentof the Northern Ohio Traction Company, has been appointed gen-eral superintendent of the company, to succeed Mr. T G. Hansen.Mr. Douglas has been under General Manager Currie at Toronto.Canada; Lima, Ohio, and Detroit, Mich. He was superintendentof t

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