— Passes St. Charles Hotel, Lee Monument, Margaret Statue and Cotton Press District. Starts on Canal, near the Levee; runs out Canal to Carondelet, to Clio, to Coliseum, to Erato, to Annunciation, to Toledano, to Tchoupitoulas . Returns by Toledano to Tchoupitoulas, to Race, to Annunciation, to Erato, to Camp, to Calliope, to St. Charles, to Canal, to starting point. Transfers to Tchoupitoulas line for Stuyvesant Dock, Audubon Park and Carrollton.
South Peters Line.
— Starts on Canal at Camp; runs by Canal to Tchoupitoulas, to Annunciation, to Toledano, to Tchoupitoulas; transfers to Audubon Park cars. Returns by Toledano, to Chippewa, to Race, to Annunciation, to Howard Avenue, to South Peters, to Canal, to starting point at Camp Street Tchoupitoulas Line. Direct to Stuyvesant Docks, giving five view of shipping district and levees. Starts on Canal at Camp; runs by Canal to Tchoupitoulas, to Audubon Park. Returns by Tchoupitoulas to South Peters, to Canal, to Camp. Transfers to Peters Avenue and Coliseum lines.
New Orleans and Jefferson Line.
— This is a new line recently constructed, and traverses the upper section of the city. It is operated as a crosstown line. Starting at the river, on Napoleon Avenue, and out via Washington and Carrollton Avenue to Half-way House and Cemeteries, where close connections are made for West End and City Park. Transfers to Carondelet line.
— Connects the St. Charles and Tulane Belt Lines with Upper Carrollton and Southport, giving a fine view of the great levee system, along the Mississippi above the city proper, where these immense embankments tower above all the surrounding country. This route has been nicknamed the "Klondyke Route."
Levee and Barracks Line.
— Direct to French Market, U. S. Mint and N. 0. and Northeastern Depots Starts on Canal Street, opposite the United States Customhouse; runs by Canal to North Peters, to Lafayette Avenue, to Chartres Street, to Poland, to Rampart; transfers to Dauphine Line for United States Barracks. Returns by Poland to Royal, to Lafayette Avenue, to North Peters, to Canal, to starting point.
— Direct line to Ursuline Convent, United States barracks, Slaughter House, and all extreme down town points; also to Queen and Crescent, Pontchartrain and Shell Beach Railroad Depots. Starts at foot of Canal Street; runs by Canal to Rampart, to Esplanade Avenue, to Dauphine, to Flood, to North Peters, to the Slaughter House. Returns by North Peters to Delery, to Dauphine, to Poland, to Rampart, to Canal to starting point, transfers at intersection of Esplanade Avenue for esplanade Belt.
and French Market Line.
— Direct to Jackson Square Cathedral and . French Mark-t. Starts on Canal Street, opposite the United States Custom-house; runs to North Peters, to French Market, to Esplanade Avenue, to Villere Street; transfers here to Esplanade Avenue car for Bayou St; John and City Park. Returns from Villere by same route to starting point.
— Direct to old French Cemeteries. Starts on Canal, near the Levee; runs by Canal to Claiborne Avenue, to Elysian Fields, to St. Claude, to Lafayette Avenue. Returns by Urquhart to Elysian Fields, to Claiborne, to Canal, to starting point.
— Direct to St. Roch's Chapel and Cemetery. Starts on Canal near Levee; runs by Canal to Villere, to Lafayette Avenue, to St. Claude. Returns by same route. This route is the most convenient to St. Roch's Cemetery and Chapel. Transfers to Canal and Esplanade Belt lines, and Henry Clay Avenue and Peters Avenue lines.
Broad Street Line.
— Starts on Canal, near Camp; runs by Canal to Dauphine, to Broad, to Laharpe, to Gentilly Road; transfers for Fair Grounds. Returns by Bayou Road, to Broad, to St. Peter, to Burgundy, to Canal, to starting point. Transfers to Henry Clay Avenue and Peters Avenue lines on Canal Street.
Bayou St. John Line.
— Starts on Canal Street, near Camp; runs by Canal to Dauphine, to Dumaine, to Bayou St. John, to Grand Route St. John, to Sauvage, to Fair Grounds. Returns by Sauvage to Grand Route St. John, to Bayou Road, to Broad, to Ursulines, to Burgundy, to Canal, to starting point. Transfers to Henry Clay Avenue and Peters Avenue lines on Canal Street.
Up and Downtown Lines.
— Direct to Union Depot and French Opera House. Starts on Elysian Fields, at Decatur; runs out Elysian Fields to Royal, to Canal, to Lee Circle and Howard Avenue, to Rampart, to Clio, to Magnolia. Returns by Erato to Carondelet, to Canal, to Bourbon (passing French Opera House en route), to Esplanade Avenue, to Decatur, to Elysian Fields.
— Direct to French Opera House. Passes City Hall and Cathedral. Starts on Louisa Street, near Chartres; runs out Louisa to Royal, to Canal, to Lee Circle, to Howard Avenue, to Baronne, to Philip, to Carondelet, to Napoleon Avenue. Returns by Carondelet to Canal, to Bourbon (passing French Opera House), to Esplanade, to Decatur, to Elysian Fields, to Chartres, to Louisa (passing Queen and Crescent Depot). Transfers to Orleans and Jefferson lines.
West End Railroad.
West End Line.
— Starts on Canal, near Baronne; runs by Canal to the Cemeteries and Half-way House, along the New Basin Canal to West End, along Lake Pontchartrain. This line is equipped with modern electric express trains. The route is one of the most beautiful suburban trips that New Orleans offers. The cars return over the same route.
The Last Hule Car Line.
Algiers and Gretna Line.
— Starts in Algiers, from First and Second District Ferry Landings; runs by Bouny to Pelican Avenue, to Powder, to Opelousas Avenue, to Brooklyn Avenue, to Periander, to the river, along the river to upper line of Gretna, along upper line to First Street, to Copernicus Avenue, near Jefferson Avenue Ferry. Returns by same route. Steam Lines.
Spanish Fort Line.
— Starts on North Basin, at Canal Street; runs by North Basin and Bienville Streets to St. Patrick Street, to Metairie Road and the City Park, and by Orleans Avenue and the Lake shore to Spanish Fort. Returns by the same route.
Pontchartrain Railroad Line.
— Starts on Elysian Fields Avenue, near Decatur; runs out Elysian Fields Avenue direct to Milneburg and Old Lake. Ferries Crossing the Mississippi, New Orleans has an excellent system of ferries, that ply between the city proper and the suburb of Algiers, or rather the Fifth Municipal District It will be seen from the subjoined list that communication with Algiers may be had from every section of New Orleans.
The First District Ferry runs from ferry house, at foot of Canal Street, to Algiers.
The Third District Ferry runs from ferry house, at foot of Esplanade Avenue, to Algiers.
The Fourth District Ferry runs from ferry house, at foot of Jackson Avenue, to Gretna.
The Sixth District Ferry runs from ferry house, at foot of Louisiana Avenue, to Harvey's Canal.
The Richard Street Ferry runs from Richard Street to Freetown. Besides these ferries there are three licensed skiffs that run respectively from Upperline, from Carrollton and from the Barracks to Algiers.
Steam Railroad Depots
—The Illinois Central, the Yazoo and Mississippi Valley and the Southern Pacific Railroads have their passenger depot at the Union Depot, on South Ram- part Street, corner of Howard Avenue. The Clio and Peters Avenue cars pass directly in front of the depot. The Dryades car passes within one square.
The Louisville and Nashville Depot is at the head of Canal Street. Most of the cars in the city pass near by.
The Queen and Crescent or Northeastern Railroad Depot is located at the head of Peters Street, on the river. The Levee and Barracks car and the Carondelet furnish the most convenient routes.
The Texas and Pacific Railroad Depot is on the river bank, at the head of Terpsichore Street. The Tchoupitoulas car will bring the visitor within three squares of the depot.
The Pontchartrain Depot is on Elysian Fields Street, not far from the river, and is reached by the Rampart and Dauphine cars, the Clio and the "Carondelet.
The Shell Beach Depot is on Elysian Fields Avenue, corner of St. Claude Street. The New Orleans and Western Railroad uses the same depot. The Spanish Fort Depot is at the corner of Canal and Basin Streets.The Picayune's Guide to New Orleans, 1904