Calgary’s Electric Transit
Page 55 caption 4th line word should read semi-convertible.
Page 121 right column, paragraph 3, line 3 insert after“—Charles Comba on the latter’s retirement inAugust 1946, --“
Page 124 left column, paragraph 5, line 4, 5 and 6 shouldread: “In the fall of that year, September 1949, R.H. Wray becameTransit Superintendent succeeding C.V.F. Weir who terminated inAugust 1949.
Page 133 map inset top center 4th St. SE shouldread 4th St. SW.
Page 133 map the street extending below or south of 33rdAvenue SW in Altadore should be labelled20th St. SW.
Page 156 caption 3rd line last word should read
Page 166 left caption,
Page 165 right caption should read: Below: On September 3rd1981 --.
Page 163 caption 2nd line strike out words “wasunique to that vehicle and”.
Page 162 right column, 3rd paragraph, line 9should read Saturday May 30th.
Page 201 left caption, line 1 should read Above: Number 448is on route 3 at 8th Avenue --.
In writing the Acknowledgements the significant contributionof John F. Bromley was inadvertently omitted. John is a Toronto author andphotographer with a strong interest in rail transit. He is co-author of FiftyYears of Progressive Transit – A History of the Toronto TransitCommission and author of TTC ’28 - The Electric Railway Services of theToronto Transportation in 1928. His photographic byline appears inInternational and North American electric railway publications. He hasassembled a fine collection of street railway colourand black and white photos and shared some of his Calgary subjects for theenlightenment and enjoyment of readers of Calgary’s Electric Transit.
His own photographs of early LRT operations in Calgaryhelped to clarify the application of striping across the ends of the original
Colin K. Hatcher and Tom Schwarzkopf
March 29, 2010.