Pictures 331 and 332.

Canal cars 952 (upper picture) and 956 (lower), with their original square-corner windows, round the loop, with the Liberty Monument in the right foreground of the upper picture.  These pictures appear to have been taken from the ferry walkway.  In the lower picture, note the overhang of the streetcar body, and the painted line which warned motorists not to get too close; compare it to the line in Picture 335.  The billboard in the background of both pictures says, “Site of New International Trade Mart Scheduled for Completion 1962.”  So the pictures must date from the early 1960s.  (The style of automobiles confirms this dating.)  For a view of the completed International Trade Mart, see Picture 385. — Railway Negative Exchange (lower)

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