These early twentieth century pieces of a bygone era are a part of Mid-America's transportation history. I have yet to determine exactly if they are directly related to the horsecar or the streetcar industry of early Omaha and Council Bluffs Iowa. I do know they are all pre-Korean war and presumably pre-WW2. Most of the blurred information available lends itself to the years between 1917 and 1952. Please feel free to ask any questions or request more pictures as I am in no way an expert in this field. In my opinion the condition is Excellent - Near Mint. Serial numbers of the tickets included: Route 4: 000518 and 002718. Route 5: 001280, 002957, 003703, 005665 and 007068. Route 20: 004842 and 005955. Stops available at that time included - AK-SAR-BEN, Benson, Dodge, SO. 32, Flo. 13 (Florence), 24XT, So. Omaha, Ban. Lake (Bancroft), 30XT, 52XT, Arbor, Vinton L. (Lake), Blondo, So. 10, Ames 20, Dundee and No. 45.