Edmonton Radial Railway Society

The Edmonton Radial Railway Society (ERRS) operates historic streetcars in Fort Edmonton Park and across the High Level Bridge.wikipedia
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Edmonton Radial Railway

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The Edmonton Radial Railway, later known as Edmonton Transit, operated electric streetcars Edmonton from 1908 to 1951.
Today, the Edmonton Radial Railway Society operates historic streetcars on Edmonton's High Level Bridge and in Fort Edmonton Park.

Fort Edmonton Park

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The Edmonton Radial Railway Society (ERRS) operates historic streetcars in Fort Edmonton Park and across the High Level Bridge.
; Streetcar : The Edmonton Radial Railway Society operates a streetcar with service to both 1905 Street and 1920 Street.

Calgary and Edmonton Railway

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It first passes the Calgary & Edmonton Railway Station Museum at present-day 105 Street; this is a replica of the station that was the northern anchor of the Calgary and Edmonton Railway from 1891 to 1908.
The line itself still exists, and although train passenger service was discontinued in 1985, the Edmonton Radial Railway Society operates vintage street cars from Old Strathcona across the High Level Bridge to stops south of Jasper Avenue and near the Legislature.

Preston Car Company

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The Edmonton Radial Railway Society has in its collection "Prairie" Preston car 31 and "Big" Prestons numbers 53, 65 and 73.

Toronto Suburban Railway

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It was retired in the 1960s, donated to the Canadian Railway Museum, then leased to the Edmonton Radial Railway Society in 1987.

Edmonton Transit Service

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The Edmonton Radial Railway, later known as Edmonton Transit, operated electric streetcars Edmonton from 1908 to 1951.
* Strathcona Garage - former bus/trolley bus garage (1951–1986) now home to Old Strathcona Farmer's Market and Edmonton Radial Railway Society High Level Bridge Streetcar storage.

Fraser Valley Historical Railway Society

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In 2016, the Edmonton Radial Railway Society donated ex.Edmonton Transit Service 2001, a 1912 electric locomotive that once ran on this rail line.

Heritage streetcar

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The Edmonton Radial Railway Society (ERRS) operates historic streetcars in Fort Edmonton Park and across the High Level Bridge.

High Level Bridge (Edmonton)

High Level Bridge
The Edmonton Radial Railway Society (ERRS) operates historic streetcars in Fort Edmonton Park and across the High Level Bridge.

Edmonton

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The Edmonton Radial Railway, later known as Edmonton Transit, operated electric streetcars Edmonton from 1908 to 1951.

Churchill Square (Edmonton)

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During the 100th anniversary of public transportation in Edmonton ceremonies in 2008, Edmonton Streetcar #1 was the centre piece of Churchill Square.

Victoria Day

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It operates between the Victoria Day weekend in May, and Thanksgiving weekend in October.

Thanksgiving (Canada)

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It operates between the Victoria Day weekend in May, and Thanksgiving weekend in October.

Saskatchewan Drive

After a level crossing stop at 107 Street, the streetcar goes under the Saskatchewan Drive, 109 Street, and Walterdale Hill intersection.

109 Street, Edmonton

109 Street
After a level crossing stop at 107 Street, the streetcar goes under the Saskatchewan Drive, 109 Street, and Walterdale Hill intersection. The Ribbon of Steel is a corridor designated by Alberta Infrastructure and the City of Edmonton for the preservation of streetcar rail in Edmonton, and to provide a running/cycling path between 109 Street and 110 Street, from 97 Avenue to Jasper Avenue.

105 Street, Edmonton

105 StreetQueen Elizabeth Park RoadWalterdale Hill
After a level crossing stop at 107 Street, the streetcar goes under the Saskatchewan Drive, 109 Street, and Walterdale Hill intersection.

Garneau, Edmonton

Garneau
While turning north, the middle stop is in the neighbourhood of Garneau at 90 Avenue, before getting on the High Level Bridge.

Trail

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After travelling high over the surface of the North Saskatchewan River, it continues over River Valley Road, and 97 Avenue, entering the Ribbon of Steel multi-use corridor.

Jasper Avenue

Jasper Ave
The Ribbon of Steel is a corridor designated by Alberta Infrastructure and the City of Edmonton for the preservation of streetcar rail in Edmonton, and to provide a running/cycling path between 109 Street and 110 Street, from 97 Avenue to Jasper Avenue.

Grandin station

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The first stop on the Ribbon of Steel is the Grandin stop, with walking access to the Grandin LRT Station, and the Legislature grounds.

Alberta Legislature Building

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The first stop on the Ribbon of Steel is the Grandin stop, with walking access to the Grandin LRT Station, and the Legislature grounds.

Old Canadian National rail yard

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The former rail line continued north, where 110 Street is now, to the Old CN Rail yard (north of 104 Avenue).

Stony Plain Road

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The former rail line continued north, where 110 Street is now, to the Old CN Rail yard (north of 104 Avenue).

Old Strathcona

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It travels from the Strathcona Streetcar Barn & Museum, just north of the Strathcona Farmers Market along Gateway Boulevard to Jasper Plaza (south of Jasper Avenue, between 109 Street and 110 Street) in downtown, with three intermediate stops.