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 Toronto Transportation Commission

Civic Railways Cars

 

The Toronto Civic Rys. was established in 1911 in response to the failure of the Toronto Rys. to extend their lines into newer areas of the city. Their cars were absorbed into the TTC in 1921 at the same time that the T Rys was taken over.

2130, Class H-1, was built by Niles Car in 1913 as TCRys 101, Class B.  It became TTC 2130, Class H-1, in 1921.  It was scrapped in 1948.

2132, Class H-1, was built by Niles Car in 1913 as TCRys 102, Class B.  It became TTC 2132, Class H-1, in 1921.  It was scrapped in 1948.

2136, Class H-1, was built by Niles Car in 1913 as TCRys 104, Class B.  It became TTC 2136, Class H-1, in 1921.  It was scrapped in 1948.

2144, Class H-1, was built by Niles Car in 1913 as TCRys 118, Class B.  It became TTC 2144, Class H-1, in 1921.  It was scrapped in 1948.

2152, Class H-1, was built by Niles Car in 1913 as TCRys 109, Class B.  It became TTC 2152, Class H-1, in 1921.  It was scrapped in 1948.

2154, Class H-1, was built by Niles Car in 1913 as TCRys 110, Class B.  It became TTC 2154, Class H-1, in 1921.  It was scrapped in 1948.

2168, Class J, was built by Preston Car in 1918 as TCRys 200, Class F.  It became TTC 2168, Class J, in 1921 and one manned in 1925.  It was scrapped in 1948.

2184, Class J, was built by Preston Car in 1918 as TCRys 208, Class F.  It became TTC 2184, Class J, in 1921 and one manned in 1925.  It was scrapped in 1948.

2188, Class J, was built by Preston Car in 1918 as TCRys 210, Class F.  It became TTC 2188, Class J, in 1921 and one manned in 1925.  It was scrapped in 1948.

2190, Class J, was built by Preston Car in 1918 as TCRys 211, Class F.  It became TTC 2190, Class J, in 1921 and one manned in 1925.  It was scrapped in 1949.

2200, Class F, was built by Preston Car in 1915, as TCRys 50, Class D.  It became TTC Class F, in 1921 and in 1931 it was converted to scraper service.

2206. Class F. was built by Preston Car in 1915, as TCRys 53, Class E. In 1921 it became TTC Class F, and in 1931 it was converted to scraper service.

2210 thru 2212 even were built by Preston Car in 1915 as TCRys 55 thru 56, Class E. In 1921 they became TTC Class F, and in 1931 they were converted to scraper service. On May 24, 1954, 2210 was turned over to the Ontario Electric Railway Historical Association to be restored to its original condition.

2216 thru 2264 even were built by Brill Car Co in July 1920, #21156, as TCRys 60 thru 84, Class G.  In 1921 they became TTC Class G.  2216, 2230, and 2234 were sold as Cornwall Street Ry 16, 18, and 20 in 1927 and scrapped in 1949.  2236, 2242, 2244, 2246, 2248, 2254, 2256, and 2260 were sold as Nova Scotia Light & Power Co 138 thru 145 in 1927.  2220, 2240, 2228, 2250, 2252, 2258, 2262, and 2264 were sold as NSL&P 159 thru 166 in 1940.  2218, 2222, 2224, 2226, 2232, and 2238 were sold as NSL&P 167 thru 172 in 1941.

 

 

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