Photograph of a view of Second Street near Spring Street, showing the Wilmington Transportation Company, 1900. A beam of metal scaffolding is pictured just to the right of center in the extreme foreground, while the street is visible beyond it running right to left. Horse-drawn carriages can be seen parked along the sidewalk, where a number of squat commercial buildings can be seen, including Duffin's Ticket Office and a tobacco store. A set of streetcar tracks can be seen embedded in the center of the road.; Legible signs from left to right include: "Loan Office", "Signs", "Printer", "Schroeder Bros. Sign Painters", "Electric cars", "Coal", "A.J. [...] Fashion[...]", "Catalina Island. WT PB Co. Steamers", "Wellington Coal", and "Telegraph Office. Duffin's Overland Cut Rate Ticket Office. Member American Ticket Broke[rs]. Entrance around corner".