Handsomely done history of Baltimore's streetcars, from the horse-drawn cars of 1859 to the light rail renaissance of 1992. The author details the colorful and fascinating story of Baltimore's street railways, covering the companies and car lines, promoters and politicians, the people who worked the cars, and the equipment that made it all work. Originally published as Who Made All Our Streetcars Go?, this edition has two new chapters on the Metro and the new light rail system. Illustrated throughout with black and white photos and a 16 page color section. Decorative end papers showing system map. 312 pages with index.