Rollsigns from Toronto, ON
Danforth Garage
This set of front and side linen rollsigns are off of 1976 built GMC T6H-5307N New Look #8095. The front sign (left) has 60 exposures and
through research, found its version date to be around February 18, 1990. Its version number on the sign is "D-37" but that may not be correct.
The side sign (right) has 62 exposures, and research has found this version to be dated around May 23, 1988. Its version number on the sign
is "D-37", although once again may not be correct. Exposures that are red, yellow and black are the original design. From 1985 on, the TTC
used only black for regular service routes to save money. The blue exposures represent overnight service routes on their "Blue Night" network.

A YouTube video of the side sign can be seen below.
Up until 2002, the TTC's Danforth Garage was the second oldest bus garage in the city. When
streetcars operated along Bloor Street and Danforth Road, streetcars also operated out of here.
Before it was merged with Eglinton Garage, and the new Eglinton Garage opened, Danforth Garage
operated routes primarily in the south central area of Toronto, including the eastern area of downtown.
This linen side rollsign was donated to Rollsign Gallery
by John McDonnell. The sign is marked version D-37.
The readings on the exposures are virtually identical
to the side sign to the left, with the exception of this
one not having the 321 York Mills exposures. This sign
is all black and white as well, and has 60 exposures.
These linen front rollsign sections
are from a different sign. The
"three-colour" style precedes
those on the front sign (left), as
all black exposures replaced the
three-colour exposures.
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