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Cars: 1928-
The New Ford A selection of the popular New Ford, the 1928 Model "A", made in Windsor, Ontario.
ID #20551
Early Ford Taxi An early Ford "taxi" on Manitoulin Island, Ontario, used to carry visitors to the tourist hotel, Nighswanders Resort.
ID #20515
Milk Truck The milk pick-up by truck, Fraser Valley, British Columbia, 1928.
ID #21838
Queen Elizabeth Way The Queen Elizabeth Way, near St. Catharines, Ontario, 1950. Originally opened in 1939 as the first four-lane, divided highway in Canada, it was steadily improved in post-war years.
ID #20592
Edmonton Street Jasper Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, in the 1950s.
ID #20994
Dempster Highway The crucial umbilical cord of much of the Canadian North: the historic Dempster Highway, Yukon Territory.
ID #23015

Lighthouses
Peggy's Cove The historic lighthouse at Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia.
ID #23014

Public Transit
Electric Street-Car Electric street-car in Toronto, Ontario, c. 1890s, wich altered city traffic and extended the range of residential districts.
ID #20464
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