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4572 signed for Dundas route destined West Entrance (of) Exhibition. Red was used for special designations.
Note open honour system newspaper boxes for Globe & Mail. White for night edition.
Note also yellow telephone box for TTC private system.. Employee washroom at far right.
Runnymede Steel property for sale. CPR Lambton yard office roof barely visible.
Two views: Saturday, 8/20/1966 Howard J. Wayt/Joseph Testagrose Collection

4573 also destined to the CNE. Regular cars destination is City Hall next to Eaton's and Simpson's department stores.
Gantry cranes are in Runnymede Iron property which is now Cintas Uniform Services. Track at right is dead end spur
ending before loop. Through track (out of camera to right) turns right (north) on Runnymede then left into loop.

Flyer trolley coach 9020 signed for new route 40 Junction with destination Dundas West (Subway) Station.
This route is still in use although the loop itself was redesigned to enter the curved portion at right above.
Note: track removed when Dundas streetcar route cut back ending at Bloor (Dundas West station)
following opening May 11, 1968 of Bloor subway line extension west from Keele to Islington.

Flyer 9267 in new paint scheme and Marmon-Harrington 9152 in old colours.
Overhead wires realigned directly into loop from Dundas Street (looking east).
Note: Diamond Taxi in their taxi stand on east side of Runnymede.


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