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  • ...Company]]. Not only was the plant served by one of the company's streetcar lines, Josselyn was also president of the [[Kenton Construction Company]].
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  • * [[Portland Streetcar]] ...ioneer Square, and more. The maps and schedules include bus routes and MAX lines.
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  • [[File:Bpa.transmission.lines2.jpg|center|450px|BPA transmission lines in Oregon]] ...wns and operates approximately 75 percent of the high voltage transmission lines] in the Pacific Northwest. Bonneville's headquarters are in Portland. It's
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  • [[File:Streetcar2.jpg|center|550px|Hybrid-powered Streetcar]] ...batteries in feeder lines that eliminate expensive and ugly overhead power lines.
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  • ...ttp://www.opb.org/programs/oregonexperience/programs/33-Streetcar-City OPB Streetcar City]</ref>
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  • [[File:GobyStreetcar.JPG|right|300px|thumb|Go by Streetcar!!]] ...rtation portfolio. The streetcar runs on a 14.7 mile system made up of two lines, the [[NS Line]] (North-South Line) and [[CL Line]] (Central Loop).
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  • ==Streetcar Lines== * [[Alberta Streetcar Line]]
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  • The Burnside Line was a small streetcar line built by the [[Portland Railway Company]] and opened for operation in [[Category: Streetcar Lines]]
    674 B (106 words) - 15:57, 25 January 2012
  • The North/South Line is one of two lines on the [[Portland Streetcar]] system. It runs an 8 mile continuous loop from Legacy Good Samaritan Hosp
    567 B (85 words) - 12:48, 16 June 2014
  • ...ct]], [[Oregon Convention Center]] and Central Eastside to [[OMSI]]. Both lines serve 10th and 11th Avenues from Market to the Pearl District.
    584 B (86 words) - 15:07, 16 June 2014