TORONTO — Friends of Philadelphia Trolleys and the Wilmington Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society
are co-sponsoring a charter on the routes of the Toronto Transit Commission, using a 1951 PCC car and a Canadian Light Rail Vehicle (CLRV).
This should be an historic trip as the days for CLRVs are coming to an end, being replaced by TTC’s new Bombardier low-floor cars. Built between 1977 and 1981 by SIG in Switzerland (4000-4005) and Hawker Siddeley (4010-4199), the fleet of 196 cars has been pared down to just over 100.
Proceeds from this charter will assist restoration of Philadelphia Transportation Company 1923 Brill car 8042 at the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum.
The charter will last six hours and costs $85 (U.S. funds) per person. Charter equipment and routing are subject to change. This is sure to be a popular trip, so act now.
For our Canadian friends paying by cheque, please write on the amount line: EIGHTY FIVE DOLLARS, US FUNDS.
You also can pay by credit card by visiting the Wilmington Chapter’s trip website at www.wilmingtonchaptertrips.com.
Need more information? Contact Bill Monaghan by
emailing him at FPT2799@COMCAST.NET or by calling him at 856-297-2355.
Also, please be sure to check the FPT website for
updates before the trip.
JUST THE FACTS
WHAT: Friends of Philadelphia Trolleys and the Wilmington Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society TTC charter.
WHEN: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 17, 2019
WHERE: Russell Carhouse, 1433 Queen St. East, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
COST: $85 U.S. per person
DEADLINE: Checks or credit card payments must be received by Aug. 7, 2019
FOR TICKETS: Download this form.
CONTACT: Bill Monaghan — FPT2799@COMCAST.NET or 856-297-2355.