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Title: Toronto Suburban Radial Car 105, Cooksville
Identifier: F964
Date of Original Photo: 1917
Image Type: Slide
Subject: Electric railroads - Ontario
Donor: Sandusky Family

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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 was taken in 1917, showing Radial car # 105 facing east at Cooksville, opposite the CPR station. The car is new and the station had just opened. The line was about 40 ft. north of the present CPR. The field behind was the Pinkney farm.
Agency: Mississauga Library System