A Trolley Stop in Public Square, c1905

Cleveland

A Trolley Stop in Public Square, c1905

Historic Pictoric | Item# CLE100496

Since its founding Public Square has been a primary transportation hub for the
city, serving as a union place for first streetcars and then buses. Yet in the 1800s,
when it was heavily used as a common pasture space, the people had other ideas.
In the 1850s a group of residents erected a fence around the perimeter to prevent
any traffic from passing through. The pedestrian-only square lasted for nearly a
decade before the growing transit demands of the booming city won out.


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