Toronto, Ontario



Toronto is the capital of the Canadian Province of Ontario and is also the largest city in Canada. The city has a great fully integrated transit system provided mostly by the Toronto Transit Commission, which operate the city subway, streetcars and buses in the Greater Toronto Area. The TTC is owned and operated by the City of Toronto. The Government of Ontario also operates a commuter rail and bus services for the outer suburbs of Metro Toronto under the name of GO Transit. The neighbouring cities of Brampton, Missisauga, Oakville also provide their own suburban buses. For more information about these, and more details for the enthusiast & a great collection of Southern Ontario transit pictures please visit James Bow's Transit Toronto pages.

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GO Transit


GO Train lead by 549, approaches Union Station.
04/01/1997

Oakville bound GO Train led by Control-Car 216 arrives Exhibition Stn.
04/01/1997

GO Loco 543 passes close to the Skydome, on approach to Union Station.
06/01/1997

GO Loco 553 pushes out of Long Branch Stn.
06/01/1997

553 & consist lay over at Union Stn.
06/01/1997


Toronto Transit Commission


Streetcar 4028 on Carlton St Route 506.
19/12/1996

4029 departs High Park Loop, Route 506.
19/12/1996

4043 terminating at High Park Loop.
19/12/1996.

4048 heading for Main St Station.
19/12/1996

4061 at Main St Subway Stn.
19/12/1996

4161 at Main St Subway Stn.
19/12/1996.

H-6 Type Subway EMU Train arrives Yorkdale Stn. 20/12/1996

Another H-6 Arrives at Dundas Stn on the Yonge Subway line, en route to Union Station & Donwsview.
03/01/1997

4155 rounds the curve at Exhibition Loop on Route 511.
04/01/1997.

Artic 4229 at Exhibition Loop.
04/01/1997

View of Roncesvalles Carhouse.
04/01/1997

A Second View of Roncesvalles Carhouse.
04/01/1997

4051 passing Russel Carhouse on Queen St East.
05/01/1997

Retired PCC 4500 at Russel Carhouse.
05/01/1997


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