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|Toronto Harbour The entrance to Toronto Harbour from Lake
Ontario, c. 1842. Hand-coloured lithograph by John Richard Coke Smyth
|Great Western Railway Great Western Railway station at Yonge
Street, Toronto, Ontario. The Great Western Railway was extended to Toronto in 1855, running
from Niagara Falls to Windsor via Hamilton.
|Colborne Lodge Winter scene of the new railway line at
Colborne Lodge, High Park, Toronto, Upper Canada, c. 1860s.
|Electric Railway The first electric railway in Toronto, Ontario,
1885. This train ran from the south end of Strachan Avenue to the Exhibition
|Yonge Street-1 Yonge Street, north from Adelaide, Toronto,
Ontario, c. 1885.
|Yonge Street-2 Early photo of Yonge Street, north of York,
Upper Canada. It was cut through the forests in a straight line northward from York and the
clearing of land and settlement soon followed.
|Russell Cars Line of Russell cars outside Toronto City Hall,
Ontario, c. 1909. The builder, T.A. Russell, sits beside the driver in the first car.
|Toronto in 1914 Toronto, on the eve of the First World
|Canadian Volunteers Volunteers of the Queen's Own Rifles
leaving Union Sation, Toronto, in August, 1914.
|C.P.R. Station North Toronto C.P.R. Station, which opened in
|Garbage Wagon Garbage men with a wagon and sleigh, Toronto,
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