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The Red Devils Of The Cincinnati And Lake Erie   [Original Title]

Country of Origin: United States
Year of origin: 1930
Genre: Documentary Film
Locations of shooting: n/a

Production company: Interurban Films

Keywords: Eisenbahn, Geschwindigkeit, Tram, Wettrennen
The Cincinnati and Lake Erie Railroad (C&LE) was a short-lived electric interurban railway that operated in 1930–1939 Depression-era Ohio and ran between the major cities of Cincinnati, Dayton, Springfield, Columbus, and Toledo. It had a substantial freight business and interchanged with other interurbans to serve Detroit and Cleveland. Its twenty high-speed "Red Devil" interurban passenger cars operated daily between Cincinnati and Cleveland via Toledo. We have a presentations of the cars and then we see a race between the "red devil" and a plane, a car and a motorcycle.

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Aspect: 1:1,33
Duration: 11 min

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