Organization: Internal Transportation
Once in the grounds the visitor could ride
the West End Railway to view the entire grounds. The Saddleback
Railroad, the first monorail, connected Horticultural Hall with
Agricultural Hall, but this was more of a novelty than a convenience.
There were rolling chairs for rent at public comfort stations for
$4.00 a day, quite expensive, and an internal telegraph system was
available so that wealthy visitors could arrange to have their carriages
waiting for them as they exited the grounds.
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