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Transportation and Communication - Streetcars and City Transportation
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S-B6854
Item Date
1912


The first streetcar run in Saskatoon.


As Saskatchewan cities grew so did the need for an urban transit system. Streetcars became a common site on most city streets during the early 1900s'. By the 1920s' car were also competing for space on the city streets.

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S-B6854
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photograph
Keywords:
Streetcars; Saskatoon


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Image Preview R-B617 Photograph 01 - The first run of streetcars in Regina pass down 11th Avenue in front of city hall.
Image Preview R-A12340-1 Photograph 02 - Participants in the Regina Farm Boys' Camp load onto a streetcar.
Image Preview R-A7441 Photograph 03 - The streetcar tracks along Albert Street had to be dug out after a snow storm.
Image Preview Rice Studio Album-6 Photograph 04 - High Street in Moose Jaw had streetcar service.
Image Preview S-B6854 Photograph 05 - The first streetcar run in Saskatoon.
Image Preview S-B9873 Photograph 06 - "In Saskatoon, streetcars used the Victoria Street bridge to cross the river."
Image Preview R-B9272 Photograph 07 - 21st Street in Saskatoon and the growth of cars in the cities.
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