Toronto Transportation Commission

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History

Motor Buses

All-time Roster

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Fleet Number Range Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Number Engine Transmission Destination Sign Seating Notes
1-4 1921 Fifth Avenue L
  • Double-deckers
  • 1 is preserved at the Canadian Museum of Science & Technology in Ottawa.
5 (1st) 1921 Leyland Not accepted
5 (2nd) 1927 White 50A
6 (1st) 1922 Veteran K
7 (1st) 1922 AEC 404
  • Double-decker
  • Converted to single deck in 1925.
6-7 (2nd) 1927 White 50A Ex Highway Queen Bus Lines; bought in 1929.
8 (1st) 1922 Tilling-Stevens TS-4
8 (2nd) Ruggles 20-AR Ex Highway Queen Bus Lines; bought in 1929.
9-10 1922 Fifth Avenue J
11 1922 Pierce-Arrow
12-15 1922 Fifth Avenue J
16-18 1924 White 50A
19-20 1927 White 50A
21-23 White 50B
24-26 1925 White/TTC 50A
27 1927 Studebaker Ex Maple Leaf-Markham Coach Lines; bought in 1929.
70-79 1926 Yellow Coach Z-AQ-273 Had Z-V-220 bodies.
211-214 1925 Mack AB Ex Red Bus Lines; bought in 1929.
235-249 1927 Mack AL
250-259 1928 Mack AL
260-265 1928 Yellow Coach W-23
523-524 1929 Gotfredson 41 Ex Maple Leaf-Markham Coach Lines; bought in 1929.
525 1928 Gotfredson 50B Ex Maple Leaf-Markham Coach Lines; bought in 1929.
526 1928 Gotfredson 41 Ex Maple Leaf-Markham Coach Lines; bought in 1929.
527-528 ? Gotfredson ? Ex Maple Leaf-Markham Coach Lines; bought in 1929.
535-549 1933 Yellow Coach/TTC Z-BK-614
550-564 1930 Leyland/TTC Lioness
565 1933 Reo 1D
566-568 1935 Ford/OCC BB-18 566 to Hollinger Bus Lines 10 in 1937.
570-599 1936-37 Twin 23R
700-707 1937 Twin 23R
708-731 1939 Twin 23R
732-751 1940 Twin 23R
755-759 1942 Twin 30-GS
760-765 1941 Mack L-3G
770-791 1941 Ford 19B
900-909 1942 Mack RB-3G
910-915 1947 Twin 41-S
920-929 1942 Mack LC-3G
930-939 1944 GMC TG-3608
940-947 1944 GMC TG-3608 Former Grey Coach Lines 1012-1019; transferred in 1946.
950-964 1945 GMC TG-3609
970-984 1946 Twin 34-S
985-996 1946 GMC TDH-3610
1100-1119 1946 CC&F C-36
1120-1169 1947 CC&F C-36
1170-1189 1948 GMC TDH-4507
1190-1199 1951 Mack C-50-DT
1300-1319 1948 Twin 44-S
1320-1329 1950 Twin 44-S
1330-1361 1948 Twin 41-S Former Grey Coach Lines 1413-1444; transferred in 1952.
1362-1374 1948 Twin 41-S Former Grey Coach Lines 1400-1412; transferred in 1953.

Electric trolleybuses

Electric trolleybus service began on June 18, 1922 and ended on August 31, 1925. It resumed on June 19, 1947 and continued under the Toronto Transit Commission.

Fleet number range Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Motors Destination sign Seating Notes
20-23 1922 Packard/Kuhlman ED Westinghouse 23 is preserved at Halton County Railway Museum.
9000-9049 Toronto Transit Commission 9027-a.jpg 1947 CC&F T-44 Canadian General Electric
CGE-1213
123 hp continuous
Rollsign 44 To Toronto Transit Commission on January 1, 1954.
9050-9074 1947 CC&F T-44 Canadian General Electric
CGE-1213
123 hp continuous
Rollsign 44 To Toronto Transit Commission on January 1, 1954.
9075-9084 1948 CC&F T-44 Canadian General Electric
CGE-1213
123 hp continuous
Rollsign 44 To Toronto Transit Commission on January 1, 1954.
9085-9124 1953 CC&F T-48A Canadian General Electric
CGE-1213
123 hp continuous
Rollsign 48 To Toronto Transit Commission on January 1, 1954.
9125-9139 Built 1948, acquired 1953 M-H TC48 Unknown Rollsign 48

Streetcars

Fleet number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Motor Division(s) Notes
151-155 1914 Preston R-2
  • Double-ended, double-truck cars.
  • Ex-Guelph Radial Railway, transferred to T.&Y.RR Scarboro in 1925, originally class P-5.
  • Scrapped 1939.
211-213 1909 Preston R-3
  • Double-ended, double-truck cars.
  • Ex-Edmonton, bought 1918, converted to PAYE 1928, originally class P-6.
  • Scrapped 1936.
409-416 1924-1925 Ottawa R-1
  • Double-ended, double-truck cars.
  • Originally classes P-3 & P-4, converted to suburban by 1930.
  • Stored 1948, scrapped 1949-1950.
1170-1242 1907 TRC TRC A-1
  • 2 motor cars, operated in train with TRC A class cars.
  • Converted from standard cars in 1923-1926.
  • 33 cars made it into TTC usage.
  • Scrapped in 1933.
1244-1308 1907-1908 TRC TRC A
  • 4 motor cars, operated in train with TRC A-1 class cars.
  • Converted from standard cars in 1926.
  • 33 cars made it into TTC usage.
  • Scrapped in 1936.
1310-1510 1908-1911 TRC B
  • Originally PAYE class B cars, converted to PAYL class C-1 cars in 1925-1926, converted to PAYE treadle class BB cars in 1927-1932.
  • 92 cars made it into TTC usage.
  • Scrapped in 1948-1951.
1512-1926 1911-1913 TRC BB
  • Originally PAYE class B cars, converted to PAYE treadle class BB cars in 1924-1925.
  • 100 cars made it into TTC usage.
  • Scrapped 1948-1951.
1564-1710 1913 TRC E
  • 8 cars of series burnt in King St. carhouse fire in 1916, all others went to TTC usage.
  • Scrapped 1929.
1928-2112 1913-1917 TRC C
  • Originally PAYE class B cars, converted to PAYL class C-2 cars in 1923, equipped to haul trailers in 1926.
  • 89 cars made it into TTC usage.
  • Scrapped 1940.
2120-2126 1912 McGuire-Cummings I
  • Ex-TCR 120-123.
  • Double-ended, double-truck cars.
  • Stored 1933, scrapped 1936.
2128-2158 1913 Niles H
  • Ex-TCR 100-115.
  • Double-ended, double-truck cars.
  • Scrapped 1948.
2160-2166 1913 Niles H-1
  • Ex-TCR 116-119.
  • Double-ended, double-truck cars.
  • Scrapped 1936.
2168-2192 1918 Preston J
  • Ex-TCR 200-212.
  • Double-ended, double-truck cars.
  • Scrapped 1948-1949.
2200-2214 1915-1917 Preston F
  • Ex-TCR 50-57.
  • Double-ended, single-truck cars.
  • Converted to snow scrapers in 1932.
2216-2264
(even)
1920 Brill G
  • Ex-TCR 60-84.
  • Double-ended, single-truck cars.
  • 3 sold to Cornwall Street Railway and 8 sold to Nova Scotia L&P in 1927, remainder to Nova Scotia L&P in 1940-41.
2300-2498
(even)
Toronto Transit Commission 2424-b.jpg 1921 CC&F Large Witt
K
2301-2419
(odd)
1921 CC&F Witt Trailer
N
  • 2 door trailers.
  • Scrapped in 2 groups of 30 in 1936 and 1938.
2500-2578
(even)
1921-1922 CC&F Large Witt
L
2580-2678
(even)
1923 Brill Brill Witt
M
  • Scrapped 1953-1954.
2700-2898
(even)
Toronto Transit Commission 2894-a.jpg 1922-1923 CC&F/
Ottawa
Small Witt
P
  • Did not pull trailers.
2701-3029
(odd)
1923 CC&F Witt Trailer
Q
  • 3 door trailers.
  • 60 cars scrapped 1939-1940, rest scrapped 1953-1954.
2900-3018
(even)
1923 CC&F Large Witt
L1
  • Scrapped 1954
4000-4139 Toronto Transit Commission 4000-a.jpg 1938 CC&F PCC
A1
4150-4199 1940 CC&F PCC
A2
4200-4259 1942 CC&F PCC
A3
4260-4274 1944 CC&F PCC
A4
4275-4299 1945 CC&F PCC
A5
4300-4399 Toronto Transit Commission 4345-a.jpg 1947-1948 CC&F PCC
A6
Westinghouse 1432
4400-4499 1949 CC&F PCC
A7
Westinghouse 1432
4500-4549 1951 CC&F PCC
A8
Westinghouse 1432
4550-4574 1947 St. Louis PCC
A9
4575-4601 1940 St. Louis PCC
A10
4625-4674 1946 Pullman PCC
A11
  • Ex-Cleveland Transit Company 4200-4249, purchased 1952.
4675-4699 1946 St. Louis PCC
A12
  • Ex-Cleveland Transit Company 4256-4274, purchased 1952.
4700-4747 1947 Pullman PCC
A13
  • Ex-Birmingham Electric Co. 800-847, purchased 1952.

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