What rush hour used to look like on the TTC.

Who knows what you'll encounter boarding a car in my "Subway Hitchhikers" novel.

Dupont in 1923 #vintage #Toronto

Small town Shell station, once upon a time. All night travel in those days didn't likely happen often as most gas stations didn't stay open all night long as they do now.

Toronto 1940s Bathers on Sunnyside Beach http://www.blogto.com/city/2015/01/a_1940s_toronto_photo_extravaganza/

Toronto, Bathers on Sunnyside Beach

Toronto Beach - Queen Streetcar - Woodbine & Queen

- Queen Streetcar - Woodbine & Queen still my mode of transport

The waterfront of 'The Beach' in eastend 1929 Toronto, before the boardwalk.

The waterfront of 'The Beach' in eastend 1929 Toronto, before the boardwalk.

Toronto Beach in the Snow at Queen and Lee Avenue Jan 1924 with TTC Streetcar

Single truck closed car with passage way in front dash for train - 1894

Vintage Toronto:  1956c Ossington. north of Hepbourne looking southwest

A Bowes Taxi parked on Ossington Ave., view looking south to Hepbourne Street, Dec. - Courtesy of City of Toronto Archives, Fonds Series File (Thanks to Rob Pineault for pointing out the taxi in this image for our Taxi album.

Looking west along Queen Street East in 'The Beach', at Lee Avenue in 1897. The firehall tower at Queen E. and Herbert Ave can be seen in the distance.

Looking west along Queen Street East in 'The Beach', at Lee Avenue in The firehall tower at Queen E. and Herbert Ave can be seen in the distance.

- Kew Beach postcard

Toronto Beach - Kew Beach postcard Still remember going here for picnics in the summer

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