1217 At San Bernardino Station

Charles D. Savage Photo, Donald Duke Collection

Charles D. Savage Photo, Donald Duke Collection

Pacific Electric interurban no. 1217 awaits passengers at the San Bernardino Station on May 24, 1941. Note the long-distance bus to the right, and the Thrifty Drug in the left background.

Charles D. Savage Photo
Donald Duke Collection

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  • Everett

    I am on the verge of acquiring this popular San Berdoo 1200 class steel interurban car in HO scale brass (by Suydam). I will be very glad when I finally have it in my possesion.

  • Everett Neal

    I now have the Suydam HO scale “San Berdoo” 1200 class steel interurban car in my possession. It looks great and it runs great. My Suydam collection is steadily growing. I wasn’t around during the grand ol’ days of the Pacific Electric Railway, so I never got to see these “classic” interurbans and trolleys as they trundled and clattered up and down a quiet residential street. That is why I love to collect Suydam PE equipment.

    In the words of Ed Suydam – “An era has closed, to be remembered only from photographs, or for the lucky few, in operating scale models”.

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