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Oakwood (1926-1940)

Compiled by Peter Coulman
Originally posted by Alan Gryfe

January 11, 1926

Service begins on a new city bus route shuttling from a wye Davenport and Oakwood (near the end of the DAVENPORT streetcar and connecting with the DOVERCOURT streetcar) via Oakwood Avenue to Oakwood loop, north of St. Clair Avenue, connecting with the ST. CLAIR, OAKWOOD and ROGERS ROAD streetcars. Route is assigned #6.







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7 days a week, 18 hours a day
(Sign Assumed)

August 4, 1936

Service rerouted to operate in a loop running clockwise via Oakwood, St. Clair, Alberta, Mount Royal and Davenport to Oakwood.



7 days a week, 18 hours a day

December 31, 1940

Last day of operation. Service replaced by the new DAVENPORT bus.

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