BROOKLYN COLLEGE LIBRARY ARCHIVES
AND SPECIAL COLLECTIONS
Accession Number #99-001
Founded in 1934, the Electric Railroaders’ Association,
Inc. (ERA) is a non-profit educational organization
consisting of people from all walks of life interested
in the history and progress of electric railways. Members
receive a monthly transit newsletter, The
which contains news about New York-area transit, with
additional reporting on national and international systems.
The New York Division meets monthly at St. John’s
University Manhattan Campus at 101 Murray Street in
New York City.
Members receive a bi-yearly magazine,
to light rail transit, subways, inter-urbans, electric
railroads and other forms of electric transportation.
There is a yearly national convention in a North American
city that has electric rail operations. If individuals
are conducting research, they are welcome to take advantage
of the ERA’s extensive collection of electric
railway literature and images at its Frank Julian Sprague
Memorial Library [Box 3323, Grand Central Station, New
York, NY 10163-3323]. Tours of transit systems throughout
the northeastern United States are also sponsored.
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