St. Joseph and Savannah Interurban Railway
It was operated by the St. Joseph Railway, Light, Heat and Power Company, which operated the trolley system in St. Joseph. It began, on July 5, 1910 to compete with the Chicago Great Western Railroad. It consisted of three wooden cars and headed north on the streetcar line down St. Joseph Avenue and terminated four blocks west of the square in Savannah.
The line connected to the Kansas City, Clay County and St. Joseph Railway.