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Toronto subway

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 The distinctive car with its circular windows was bought from Nippon Sharyo, a Japanese train manufacturer, in the Retired Toronto Subway, Nyc Subway, Tokyo Rose, Underground Tube, Metro Rail, Toronto Ontario Canada, Rapid Transit, After Midnight, Physical Geography

10 strange and unusual things you might not know about the TTC

It's easy to think that we collectively know all there is to know about the TTC when we're stuck riding its trains and buses every day, but a trans...

There Was A Time When The Ttc Had A Fleet Of Surface Work Cars: Rail photo ideas from Amazing Cars Photo Ford Police, Police Cars, London Transport, Public Transport, Plasti Dip Car, Car Hoist, Toronto Subway, Car Paint Colors, Girly Car

A Look Back: Rail Grinder W28

There was a time when the TTC had a fleet of surface work cars: rail grinders, flat cars, cranes, a sand car, snow ploughs and sweepers. They’re all gone (a few survive in museums), and mai…

When Canada's first subway line officially opened on March the first trains to run the miles between Union Station and Eglinton didn'. Underground Tube, London Underground, America And Canada, North America, Toronto Subway, New York Central Railroad, Metro Rail, Metro Subway, Yonge Street

The history of Toronto's first subway cars

When Canada's first subway line officially opened on March 30, 1954, the first trains to run the 4.6 miles between Union Station and Eglinton didn'...

TTC Rail Grinding Car W-28 crossing Queen St. on Rondcesvalles. PCC 4393, a HUMBER QUEEN car watches on July 4, 1966 (23947175140) - Category:1966 in Toronto - Wikimedia Commons Toronto Subway, Toronto Ontario Canada, Light Rail, Busses, Local History, Back In Time, Wikimedia Commons, Trains, Cities

Category:1966 in Toronto - Wikimedia Commons

TTC Rail Grinding Car W-28 crossing Queen St. on Rondcesvalles. PCC 4393, a HUMBER QUEEN car watches on July 4, 1966 (23947175140) - Category:1966 in Toronto - Wikimedia Commons

There remains one part of TTC which is forever Gloucester. Two 1/16 scale models – of cars 5042 and 5043 – were commissioned by Sir Leslie Boyce from the famous firm of Basset Lowke and presented to his clients at an inaugural meal on the first day of operations. Today they hold pride of place in the foyer of the Commission’s Hillcrest Training Centre offices. The two pictures immediately above were taken by Janet Illingworth-Cooper and the lower one shows Toronto Subway enginner Frank ... Toronto Subway, Rubber Raincoats, Light Rail, Gloucester, Training Center, Scale Models, Offices, Foyer, Trains

GRCW and Toronto's Subway

There remains one part of TTC which is forever Gloucester. Two 1/16 scale models – of cars 5042 and 5043 – were commissioned by Sir Leslie Boyce from the famous firm of Basset Lowke and presented to his clients at an inaugural meal on the first day of operations. Today they hold pride of place in the foyer of the Commission’s Hillcrest Training Centre offices. The two pictures immediately above were taken by Janet Illingworth-Cooper and the lower one shows Toronto Subway enginner Frank ...