Category:Streetcars on Danforth Avenue, Toronto
Early in the 20th Century Toronto had an even more extensive network of streetcars than it does today. The two most frequently used routes, were on Yonge Street and the Bloor Street--Danforth Avenue route. The Bloor and Danforth routes were originally separate, and were connected by the completion of the Prince Edward Viaduct in 1918.
Media in category "Streetcars on Danforth Avenue, Toronto"
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- Danforth at Woodington looking west s0372 ss0100 it0279.jpg 1,050 × 769; 164 KB
- Peter Witt streetcar in a Truck and streetcar accident, Danforth Avenue.jpg 1,050 × 870; 225 KB