Coach Services 19461216

 

The Adelaide Coach Terminal, opened by the TTC on December 16, 1946, was the downtown destination and departure point for the TTC's premium coach services. When these services faded out in the early 1950s, the coach terminal became surplus, as Grey Coach buses continued to use the main Toronto bus terminal near Bay and Dundas. This shot, courtesy of the Toronto Archives, shows Adelaide Coach Terminal, looking southwest from Yonge Street.

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