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Pioneer Village (1962-1963)

Compiled by Pete Coulman

May 19, 1962 - September 30, 1962

Service begins on a special service connecting Black Creek Pioneer Village to Eglinton subway station. Buses operate from Eglinton subway station via north on Yonge and west on Steeles to the village gates. Regular TTC fares and transfer privileges apply, with a zone boundary operated at Glen Echo loop. Buses operate Sundays and holidays only.


Sundays and holidays
“PIONEER VILLAGE” window card used

May 18, 1963 - September 29, 1963

Service resumes on PIONEER VILLAGE service, coming to a close the day after Festival Day.

There is no evidence of this service resuming the following year. Black Creek Pioneer Village was some distance from regular TTC services. Service to Jane and Steeles did not occur until May 11, 1968 with an extension of the 83 TRETHEWEY route.

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