Bay Streetcar 19220216

 

The intersection of Bay and Queen (seen looking southwest from old (then the current) Toronto City Hall) was a complicated place on February 16, 1922. This was because Bay Street ended at Queen, and Terauley took over from that point north, and the two streets weren't aligned. Today, the two streets were united with a wide curve; then, BAY streetcars had to jog briefly on Queen before continuing on their route. This TTC photograph was preserved in the 1960s as a slide by Robert McMann, and comes to us from John F. Bromley's collection.

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