A crowd of ladies waiting to board a TTC bus, 1950s. #vintage #1920s #transportation #Canada #Toronto

Get to your closest available bus stop and catch a ride to Gatsby's most extravagant party yet!

Single truck car 325, at Danforth and Broadview, 1896. Photograph by Alfred Pearson. City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 16, Series 71, Item 3369.

The first electric streetcar car operated on Church St (via

Toronto is finally updated and created new streetcar's in replacement soon of the ones in this picture. I find this an interesting post as most people would say this is a rather late development and that our technology and information is trying to catch up with multiple countries, as well multiple countries still have not even gotten close to this kind of development. Food for thought.

Let's face it, commuting in and around Toronto is generally a pain in the ass.

Toronto bus -1923

Toronto Transportation Commission car near Queen Street and Woodbine Avenue 1923

On those hot summer days no where beats the Beaches in Toronto. Trendy shops, good eats, a whirlwind of interesting people (and their dogs) and a real beach.

On those hot summer days no where beats the Beaches in Toronto. Trendy shops, good eats, a whirlwind of interesting people (and their dogs) and a real beach.

Of the many bridges in Toronto, the Queen Street Viaduct that runs over the Don River is certainly one of the oldest and well-known. This image by UrbanToronto Forum member anonymous0024 captures a TTC streetcar running across the landmark bridge, under the Heraclitus-inspired quote that crowns its top, with a wonderful vintage vibe.

The Queen Street Viaduct running over the Don River, Toronto

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