Vintage: PCC Streetcars in Toronto (1960s)

Vintage: PCC Streetcars in Toronto (1960s)


The Presidents’ Conference Committee Car was a streetcar used by the Toronto Transportation Commission and the Toronto Transit Commission. The PCC streetcar was designed by the Presidents’ Conference Committee, a group of transit operators in the United States and Canada. The TTC version was built in Montreal, Quebec by Canadian Car & Foundry under license from the St. Louis Car Company of St. Louis, Missouri. Here is a collection of PCC streetcars photos from City of Toronto Archives.

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PCC Streetcars in Toronto (1960s). City of Toronto Archives

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PCC Streetcars in Toronto (1960s). City of Toronto Archives

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PCC Streetcars in Toronto (1960s). City of Toronto Archives

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PCC Streetcars in Toronto (1960s). City of Toronto Archives

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PCC Streetcars in Toronto (1960s). City of Toronto Archives

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PCC Streetcars in Toronto (1960s). City of Toronto Archives

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PCC Streetcars in Toronto (1960s). City of Toronto Archives

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PCC Streetcars in Toronto (1960s). City of Toronto Archives

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PCC Streetcars in Toronto (1960s). City of Toronto Archives

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PCC Streetcars in Toronto (1960s). City of Toronto Archives


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