Classic Streamliners - TRAINCYCLOPEDIA
A Streetcar of San Francisco transit system, on F Line at Pier 39 in 2012.
That Hartford Guy (flickr) [CC BY 3.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0)]
Tram and Streetcar Manufacturers
Bombardier Transportation - Thunder Bay, Ontario
Urban Transportation Development Corporation - Thunder Bay, Ontario 1973–1990s (used old CC&F plant)
Hawker Siddeley Canada - Thunder Bay, Ontario, 1962–2001 (old CC&F plant)
Canadian Car and Foundry - Montreal, Quebec, 1909–1913; 1940s
Ottawa Car Company - Ottawa, Ontario, 1891–1948
Preston Car Company - Preston, Ontario (now Cambridge, Ontario), 1908–1921, bought by Brill
Toronto Railway Company - Toronto, Ontario, 1891–1920, wooden cars for mostly in-house use only, but built some cars for Mexico and Western Canadian operators by subsidiary Convertible Car Company of Toronto
James Crossen-Cobourg Car Works - Cobourg, Ontario, 1890–1915
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