Vol. 2 in this fascinating series examining the variety of transportation systems in and around Detroit in the early 1900s. This book covers the Rapid Railway, the DUR takeover, bankruptcy, city and freight operations, St. Clair River boats (steam boating, Detroit River car ferries, shipping on the St. Claire River), the St. Clair River Tunnel, railway post offices, and the growth of the buses. Includes rosters, maps, and chronology. Illustrated throughout with black and white pages. 224 pages with index.