As I have said before, Bernie recently came into a very large collection of photographs… 🙂

The collection continues today:

Car Number 401, c. 1938

Car # 407 at the London Street Yard.

Car # 419 at the London Street Yard.

Another view of # 419.

Car # 451 – Location unknown [EDIT] on Richmond St. Amherstburg, 1938.

Car # 451 at Amherstburg, 1937.

Car # 451 on Richmond St., Amherstburg, 1938.

Car # 405 on Ouellette Ave., Windsor. c. 1932..

There are still a few more to come next week.

Have a good weekend. I’ll see everyone back here on Monday.

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