More from Bernie’s treasure chest….

Car 212 on Chatham St., just west of Ouellette. c. 1938.

A shot of car # 37 at the Car Barns on London St. (now Univeristy Ave.).

Another shot of # 37 from the same set.

Car # 44 at the Car Barns.

Car # 45 – The Rail Grinding Car. Railfans? Please explaing the rail grinding car to me… Is this specific to streetcars or was is used on the railroads too?

Car # 50

Car # 90

Car # 94

The last two look like they had very specific uses… Bernie or John, do you know what they were used for?

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