•Lima City Lines Token
•Good For One Fare
•Condition: Very Good
1940 to 1966 History of The Lima City Lines:
The newly introduced public transit service operated by the Lima City Lines (as part of the Cincinnati and Lake Erie Railway Company); found itself in financial difficulty by 1950. (Sometime during 1946, the Lima City Lines was no longer a part of the Cincinnati and Lake Erie Railway Company). The public transit service was abandoned due to the popularity of the automobile, decreasing ridership, and the company's inability to realize a profit. In 1951, the service was reorganized as the Lima Transit Company and the Lima Suburban Lines, Inc. Ridership continued to decline through the 1950s and 1960s despite several attempts at fare and service adjustments, until in 1966 the service again required reorganization.