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Operator: Saskatoon Municipal Railway
Streetcar routes in Saskatoon were identified by their termini. Abbreviations of these route names are given below and used on the map for convenience, but were not used by the operator.
|AP||Avenue H - Princess Street||11th St. W - Ave. H - 20th St. - Downtown - 2nd Av. - Princess St.|
|MU||Mayfair - University||Mayfair (33rd St.) - Downtown (2nd Av.) - Broadway Bridge - University of Saskatchewan|
|PE||Pleasant Hill - Exhibition||Pleasant Hill - 20th St. - Idylwyld Dr. - Downtown - Broadway Bridge - 9th St. E - Lorne Av. - Exhibition|
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SYSTEM
- Streetcar lines: ? km.
- Streetcars: 1 Jan. 1913 - 10 Nov. 1951.
- 1435 mm.
Two of the original Saskatoon streetcars are on display and being restored at the Saskatchewan Railway Museum.
- Waman, E. Saskatoon's electric transit: The story of Saskatoon's streetcars and trolley buses. Toronto: Railfare Enterprises, 1988.
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