300-Series Interior 2 Bill Whyte Photo, Steve Crise Collection An interior shot of a 300-series interurban operated by the Metropolitan Coach Lines (ex-Pacific Electric). Note the patches on the front-right seat. Bill Whyte Photo, Steve Crise Collection 300-Series Interior2011-03-012011-11-14https://www.pacificelectric.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/peryhs-logo-350.pngPacific Electric Railway Historical Societyhttps://www.pacificelectric.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/peryhs-logo-350.png200px200pxRecent PostsLARY 1928 Postcard Depicting 7th & BroadwayPacific Electric Steeple Cab Electric Drawings (1922)Rose Parade Special on South Fair Oaks, 1938Removing Pacific Electric Rail on South Raymond Avenue, Pasadena, 1944 Showing 2 comments Everett Neal September 19, 2014 Reply The interior of this 300-series car look like it had more room than a Boeing 737 jetliner. Bob Davis September 20, 2014 Reply “Blimps” were rarely seen on the Monrovia-Glendora Line, but I remember riding one from 5th Ave. to downtown Monrovia as a boy. The next time I saw one was at Orange Empire when I was 23. It didn’t look as big as I remembered, but I had grown up and the car stayed the same size. I have read that one of the reasons why none of the original PE steel interurbans (1100s and 1200-1251) survived was that a “blimp” could hold about 25% more passengers and reduce the number of multi-car trains, saving on the number of conductors needed. Leave a Comment Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.