This is the East End car posing in front of its barn on Eastern Avenue. It went from Pendleton to the Little Miami Railroad Depot and Music Hall.
This is a bigger image than the others so be patient. This is obviously the same image as the first one.
This car made the rounds from Fountain Square to the Zoological Gardens and Burnet Woods using Vine Street and McMicken Avenue.
This shows a stagecoach still being used in 1890. This one ran from Sixth and Main to Hamilton.
This car is on Fourth Street on its way to Sedamsville.
The last horsecar to be run on 4th Street passes the Rombach & Groene Photograph Studios in 1892. The ledges on the building were used to dry their images during the heat of the day.
This car traveled from Fourth Street over Eighth Street to the foot of the Price Hill Incline Passing the Southern Railroad Depot on the way. It then went out to Riverside and Sedamsville.
This image is taken at Knowlton's Corner. The Jewelers sign is not on the car but on the building behind it. This car traveled Spring Grove Avenue and as the signs say, it went to the Union Ball Park and the Exposition at Music Hall down to Fountain Square via Race Street.
Car # 2 is posing in front of the car barn on Freeman Avenue. This car went to all the railroad depots and to Price's Hill.
This car was part of the Mt. Adams & Eden Park Inclined Railway. Its destination, according to the sign over the conductors head is Oak St.
This photograph looks odd because the photographer tilted his camera so that he could take this picture on Vine Street hill of this car returning from the Zoological Gardens.
You can clearly see on the side of this car all the places it went.
This is probably more information than you really want to know. It list all the horsecar barns used in the city. I had it so I said to myself, "self, why not?", so here it is.
THE HORSE CAR'S REPLACEMENT
The 1889 photograph above shows the first electric streetcar line to be run in Cincinnati. (A small test line was run earlier that year on the Oak Street section of the Mt. Adams & Eden Park Inclined Plane Railway.) The Main Street Incline was re-built so the cars could be run directly onto the incline and raised to the top. The car above was one of twenty cars made for this line. See the Incline Page for more information.