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Excerpt from A Trolley Honeymoon From Delaware to Maine
The chief object of this volume is to record the adventures and misadventures of a ten-days trolley trip from Delaware to Maine - a distance of about five hundred miles, as the electrics run. As the dominant idea was a pleasant outing, the two travelers did not follow the direct route, preferring in every case the allurements of an attractive countryside to the mere saving of time and distance. For there are more things in trolleying than are dreamt of in the philosophy of time-tables and connecting schedules.
Though the experiences here recorded are in the main autobiographical, yet the sequence of events has sometimes been changed, and an element of fiction added to give unity to the narrative. Philadelphia, Pa.
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