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TORONTO SUBWAY GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONY    Clip ID: 55073
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Date: September 8, 1949
Color: Yes
Audio: No
Description: On September 8, 1949, a groundbreaking ceremony for Toronto's first subway commences when Ontario Lieutenant Governor Ray Lawson pushes a switch to drive the first steel pile support beam into place.
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