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Thomas Edison's DC Charging Station and 1914 Detroit Electric Model 47 [Gallery]

Electrek - Apr 21, 2017
As part of the BMW of North America and the US National Parks Services event we wrote about earlier, we had a chance to take a look at Thomas Edison's garage in Llewellyn Park and his Detroit Electric Model 47 that is on display there. This is the ...

BMW Installing ~100 EV Charging Stations At/Near US National Parks

CleanTechnica - Apr 19, 2017
A 2017 BMW i3 electric vehicle and 1914 Detroit Electric Model 47 owned by Thomas Edison and their charging stations inside of Thomas Edison's Glenmont garage at Thomas Edison National Historic Park in West Orange, NJ. Photo by David Rose for BMW ...

Tesla rival Lucid rises on home turf

The Detroit News - May 2, 2017
s Chevrolet Bolt, Porsche's Mission E, BMW's i lineup and troubled prospects like Faraday Future and Detroit Electric, Lucid has emerged as the badge-du-jour largely on the shoulders of Rawlinson's resume and the talented team of ex-Tesla engineers he ...

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Detroit Monroe and Toledo Short Line Railway

by: Wilbur Hague, Kirk F. Hise
Fascinating history of the electric street railway which ran between Toledo, Ohio and Detroit, Michigan from 1893-1933. Covers the promotion, construction, expansion, World War I, growing competition from automobiles and buses, receivership and finally abandonment. Illustrated throughout with black and white photos. With equipment roster, maps, timetables, and bibliography. 80 pages.
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Electric Trolleys of Washtenaw County

by: H. Mark Hildebrandt, Martha A. Churchill
Electric streetcars and interurbans appeared in Washtenaw County in the 1890s. Evolved from horse-drawn streetcars, electric cars were ideal for public transportation. They were cheap, fast, and went to plenty of places. The system developed around Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti, branching out to Detroit to the east and Jackson to the west. Bigger and better equipment was added, and larger companies took over the small ones. In western Washtenaw County, two interurban railways engaged in a struggle for survival.
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The Detroit Electric Scheme: A Mystery by D. E. Johnson

by: D. E. Johnson

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Cars & Parts Magazine November 1998, Vol. 41, #11, 1956 Ford Crown Victoria, 1936 Stout-Scarab, 1917 Detroit Electric

Cars & Parts Magazine November 1998, Vol. 41, #11, 1956 Ford Crown Victoria, 1936 Stout-Scarab, 1917 Detroit Electric [Single Issue Magazine] [Jan 01, 1998] Robert Jay Stevens
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1914 Detroit Electric Car

Restored Detroit Electric car driving out of the Edison Tech Center and down the street. This one was owned by electrical engineer Charles P. Steinmetz at ...

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The Detroit Electric - Antique Car

Anderson Electric Company's interpretation of a parlour on wheels. A 14 battery electric car so women wouldn't have their arms torn from their torso just by ...

World's Fastest Serial Production e-Car: Detroit Electric SP:01

A new automotive masterpiece was created on the principle that everything new is well forgotten old. Lotus Elise, being a very good sports car, served as a ...