1930s Transportation?

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There were several forms of transportation available to those who lived during the 1930s. Public transportation was available in the form of buses and trains. If one could afford it, personal automobiles were also available for getting around town. Ships and planes were also used to travel longer distances. Those who could not afford their own automobile would use a horse drawn carriage to get around. Bicycles were also used by adults and children alike.
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