CAPTION: Large Peter Witt car No 2424 of the Toronto Transit Commission is pictured beside the Queen’s Wharf Lighthouse on Fleet St. The street car was in regular service from 1921 – 1963. It was subsequently acquired by the Halton County Radial Ry. Museum who loaned the car to the TTC in 1973 for special summer tour service. Toronto By Trolley Car now provides daily tours of downtown Toronto from late spring to early fall. POSTCARD ID: 29120-D JBC-62 Photo — Ted Wickson PUBLISHER: JBC Visuals, Toronto, Ontario POSTMARK: None, not used postally
TITLE: Aerial View of The Windmill CAPTION: (Battle of the Windmill 1838) showing The Grain Elevators and THE SEAWAY SKYWAY, a few miles east of Prescott, Ontario POSTCARD ID: C-24991 PUBLISHER: Rideau Air Photos, Seeleys Bay, Ont., Canada POSTMARK: None, not used
We think this is the Griffiths Island Light, Ontario, Canada. Do you know?
TITLE: Greetings from Ontario CAPTION: Ontario Canada’s Province of Contrasts
That beautiful flower of colorful varieties, the Trillium, was suitably chosen as Ontario’s floral emblem in 1937. For enchanting diversity is the great attraction for visitors to the province – for example, the stately Parliament Buildings in Ottawa, Canada’s Capital, or a lonely lighthouse standing sentinel on the shores of the Great Lakes, the thundering cataract of Niagara Falls, or the quiet waters of the famous Locks at Sault Ste. Mari; the dynamism of Toronto refected in its twin-towered City Hall; and the challenging waters of the countless lakes in the great north and northwest.
Greetings from Pakenham, Ontario, Canada POSTCARD ID: 16476R-10 PUBLISHER: Made by Alex Wilson Publications Limited, Dryden, Ontario, Canada POSTMARK: None – Unused Continental Sized Postcard