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Atlantic City Train Station PRSL 1936 Beer Stein
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Style: Stein

Don’t just drink beer, celebrate it with a made-to-order Zazzle beer stein. Our traditional German beer mug features ornate borders at the rim and base and a detailed handle. Honor your beer with the right vessel for the job, or give a stein to the beer lover in your life.

  • Available in 2 colors – white with metallic gold and gray with blue color
  • Dimensions: 3” diameter x 6.6" h; 22-ounce capacity
  • Dishwasher and microwave safe (though we recommend keeping your beer icy cold!)
  • Meets or exceeds FDA requirements for food and beverage safety
  • Printed on demand in San Jose, California
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Atlantic City Train Station PRSL 1936 Beer Stein
In the 1920s it was clear to both railroads that the competition and duplication were ruinous,for the railroads, particularly for traffic, both freight and passenger. That traffic could easily be diverted to the highways.
On March 4, 1931, New Jersey's public utility regulators ordered the two railroad companies, The Pennsylvania Railroad and The Reading Railroad Lines, to join their southern New Jersey railroad lines into one company.
Atlantic City Union Train Station was opened on October 23, 1934.
The Consolidation Agreement had decreed that the Pennsylvania Railroad had two-thirds ownership, and the Reading Company had one-third ownership of PRSL. PRSL's business, largely passenger, dwindled to a handful of Camden-Atlantic City and Camden-Wildwood/Ocean City/Cape May RDC runs, and they eventually terminated their runs at Lindenwold, end of the PATCO rapid transit line, instead of Camden. On July 1, 1982, the last of those runs, by then operated by Conrail, were replaced by buses because of a federally imposed track speed limit of 15 mph. PRSL properties were conveyed to Conrail on April 1, 1976. In 1965 after the building of the Atlantic City Expressway, Atlantic City Union Station was torn down.

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Product ID: 168119697393386724
Created on: 6/19/2010 7:18 AM
Reference: Guide Files
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