Saturday, February 24, 2007

Transit Toronto - Content: The Truth Behind the Interlining Trial

Transit Toronto - Content: The Truth Behind the Interlining Trial: "Many railfans with an interest in Toronto's subway operations will know that when the Bloor-Danforth subway first opened, it was operated as an extension of the Yonge-University subway. This 'interlining', which had alternate trains from the Keele and Woodbine terminals travelling either across town to the other Bloor-Danforth terminal, or downtown via the University subway and then north to Eglinton, was a trial operation that lasted for six months following the Bloor-Danforth subway's opening"

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