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Title: Toronto-Guelph Suburban Radial Line, Cooksville
Identifier: F963
Date of Original Photo: 1950
Image Type: Slide
Subject: Electric railroads - Ontario
Donor: Sandusky Family

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Description: Photograph taken in 1950 shows the location of the Toronto-Guelph radial tracks, looking southeast to Cooksville Station. The tracks had been removed some fifteen years previously. The location would be approximately where Central Parkway and Cliff Road are now. 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.
Agency: Mississauga Library System