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TTC, Toronto Archives collaborate on virtual photo exhibit

TTC 100 7/18/21 9:00 AM

The TTC has kicked off its 100th anniversary celebration with archival exhibits at select stations across the system. Riders of all ages are sure to get a kick from viewing historic photos of the TTC’s progress over the past century.

TTC customers can check out displays at: Bay, Don Mills, Dupont, Finch, Kennedy, Kipling, Main Street, Spadina, St Clair West, Queen, Union and Vaughan Metropolitan Centre.

The collection was put together with assistance from Toronto Archives. A virtual exhibit titled, The TTC – 100 Years of Moving Toronto, is also posted on the Archives website.

The TTC officially marks 100 years in service on September 1st.

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