A PCC Streetcar.  More of these for sustainable transit in cities #Toronto #BuildStrongCities

A visual history of Toronto streetcars struck me as the perfect choice for my Friday archive dive after getting a chance to ride around on a Toront.

home in toronto

home in toronto. My guess is along Queen West after Bathurst before Trinity Bellwoods :D

TTC Streetcar. Queen St at Parliament, Toronto, 1965

PCC Streetcar traveling in Toronto. Corner of Parliament and Queen looking North East.

An alternate to the popular 501 Queen route is the 508 Lakeshore, which weaves along the southern end of the city. From Eau du Soleil, it runs across Lakeshore Boulevard, The Queensway and King Street before finishing up in the area of King Street East and Church Street.

An alternate to the popular 501 Queen route is the 508 Lakeshore, which weaves…

Vintage Toronto Streetcar.

TTC thoughts

Vintage Toronto TTC streetcar photo canvas by streetcarprints

Toronto art - TTC streetcar photo canvas - more photos of vintage Toronto streetcars available in my store!

Glen Road TTC bus 1923

A TTC bus travelling on Glen Road in Toronto, circa City of Toronto Archives photo

Vintage TTC Cover of Annual Employees Christmas Newsletter

The Coupler, the TTC's venerable internal magazine, has been running more or less continuously since the creation of Toronto's transit authority in.

Vintage TTC Cover of Annual Employees Christmas Newsletter

The Coupler, the TTC's venerable internal magazine, has been running more or less continuously since the creation of Toronto's transit authority in.

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