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Toronto Transportation Commission
Non Revenue Cars
1688 was built by Toronto Rys in 1913 as a Class F passenger car. At the time of the consolidation it was rebuilt as a line car for the radial lines in 1921. It was later scrapped.
2200 was built by Preston Car in 1915 as Toronto Civic Ry 50, Class D. In 1921 it became TTC 2200, Class F, and in 1931 it was converted to scraper service.
2206 was built by Preston Car in 1915 as Toronto Civic Ry 53, Class E. In 1921 it became TTC 2206, Class F, and in 1931 it was converted to scraper service.
2210 was built by Preston Car in 1915 as TCRy 55, Class E. In 1921 it became TTC 2210, Class F, and in 1931 it was converted to scraper service. On May 24, 1954, it was turned over to the Ontario Electric Railway Historical Assn to be restored to its original condition.
2212 was built by Preston Car in 1915 as TCRy 56, Class E. In 1921 it became TTC 2212, Class F, and in 1931 it was converted to scraper service.
S-31 was built by Russell Car Co in 1920 at Eastern Massachusetts Street Ry P-601. It became Third Avenue Ry 86 in 1935. On September 26, 1947, it was sold to TTC and became S-31.
S-36 was built by Russell Car Co in 1920 at EMStRt P-607. It became TARS 89 in 1935 and on September 26, 1947, it was sold as TTC S-36. It was acquired by Branford Electric Ry Association in 1973.
W-1 was sold to Southeastern Pennsylvania Transit Authority as W-60 in 1978.
W-22 was a rail grinder rebuilt from a former T Rys car.
W-28 was built by Preston Car Co in 1917 as TCRys 57, Class E. It became TTC 2214, Class F, in 1921 and converted to scraper service in 1931. It was rebuilt as rail grinder W-28 in 1955 and acquired to Ontario Electric Railway Historical Assoc in 1976.
Y-3, yard shunter, was built by TTC in 1922.
Y-17, yard shunter, was built by TTC.
RT1 is a heavy duty crane designed for subway duty.
RT.4 was rebuilt from a Witt for subway service.
RT.5 was rebuilt from a rail grinder in the 2200 series and was originally a Toronto Civic Ry. Car.
RT.6 is a snow blower which appears to have been built from something else.
RT13 is a low side gondola.
RT18 is a French built diesel.
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