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Title: Toronto Suburban Railway, Stop 47, Meadowvale
Identifier: N922
Image Type: Slide
Subject: Street railroads - Ontario
Donor: Bill and Mary Carr

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Description: The Toronto Suburban Railway was incorporated in 1894. The line eventually ran from the Keele and St. Clair terminal, Toronto, through Georgetown, Acton, and Guelph, passing through the Toronto Township communities of Summerville, Dixie, Cooksville, Britannia and Meadowvale. This photo shows the Meadowvale shelter from the Toronto Suburban Railway stop 47, now preserved at Halton County Radial Railway, and one of only three remaining railway shelters from the TSR.
Agency: Mississauga Library System