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In 1911, Rich Farmer Joseph Fawkes grew apricot trees and lived in West Olive Avenue. He was also interested in technology, and soon began to develop the so-called "Fawkes Folly" air trolley. He and his wife, Ellen Fox, received two patents in the country. They formed the Aerial Trolley Car Company and intended to create a prototype that thought it would create a revolution. Joseph Fox urged the trolleybus bus to air its air, a pressed cigarron monroe, which spins, which he promised to transport passengers from Los Angeles to Birmingham in 10 minutes. The first open car could carry about 20 passengers and stopped on a suspended track and relax with a wooden radius. In 1911, the minibus was the first and only one to go to Berbank on its farm, crossing the lake and the streets of Tsaghké. Monor was considered a failure after he was flying in one foot or down and fell. No one knew, but Joseph Fox's pride suffered greatly when the "Air Sink" became known as "Fox's Madness." City officials have seen her experiment as unsuccessful and paying attention to Berber's "Pacific Electric Tramways" line.

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