PCC 4378


A-6 Class PCC #4378 operates west on Front Street in CHURCH service, approaching Scott Street for the turnaround to Bloor. The year is likely 1953. The dark brick building with the red Coca-Cola sign is the Gooderham & Worts "Flatiron" building. Today, all the foreground buildings have been demolished and Berczy Park occupies the site, thus exposing the Flatiron building's west wall, which, with the building cleaned up, is now graced by Graham Bezant's trompe l'oeil mural.

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Church Streetcar
PCC - A6, A7, A8


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