Photograph of a view of a Vermont Avenue horsecar on tracks in front of an empty lot, ca.1886. Two horses draw a Vermont Avenue streetcar along tracks next to a street, in front of an empty lot. Two uniformed men stand on the car, one at its rear and one at the reins, while a passenger sits in the rearmost row of seats. The side of the car reads "Washington, Figueroa, Ninth & Spring Sts". A fence crosses the lot in the left background.; Photoprint reads: "This conductor, Eugein Alexander, was a roommate of mine in 1891 at 89 Clark Ave., Detroit, Mich".