In the same spot for the last 3 decades, this once proud Toronto PCC car rots away in the elements. It was fixed up slightly, but is by no means an impressive sight to motorists driving by.
MUNI PCC 1061 sports Pacific Electric colors as it heads into The Ferry Building stop along The Embarcadero
With its flanges screaming from the tight curve, MUNI PCC 1060 in Philadelphia 1938 paint leaves The Embarcadero and heads for Steuart Street
Leaving The Embarcadero, MUNI PCC 1075 sports Cleveland colors as it makes a tight curve to head onto Steuart Street
MUNI PCC 1073 sports El Paso colors as it passes the Walgreens at Jones and Beach Street
With The Ferry Building clock tower as a backdrop, PCC 1078 sports San Diego colors, as it leaves The Embarcadero and heads for Steuart Street
MUNI 1040 holds the distinction of being the last PCC ever built, and in 2014, at the age of 62, this venerable streetcar can still be found doing what it was built to do, here we see it approachi... (more)
MUNI PCC 1016 sits near Garfield as the poles are changed for the trip back to the museum
Nestled on the outskirts of Milton, ON lies the Halton County Radial Railway, utilizing a mile long stretch of the old Toronto Suburban line. Among several TTC cars in running condition is this TT... (more)
The East End Café at the Museum's east loop is a popular attraction; not only for what it sells, but because it's inside a ex-TTC streetcar. This PCC car was built in 1951, and served till 1995 in... (more)
Trolleys come and go at the bottom of the grade just east of Butler Station.
A rolling piece of history, PCC car 3238 rolls into the Central Ave stop, still going strong moving commuters in 2013.
El Paso streetcar. This line ran until 1974 and crossed into Juarez, Mexico.
A derelict TTC PCC street car sits in the grass on a farm outside of Puslinch, ON.