|October 1922, No. 296
|Canadian Railway and Marine World (Toronto)
|Page 532, col. 1
York County and the Toronto and York Radial Railway.
The County of York has entered action in the Ontario Superior Court against the Toronto Transportation Commission and the City of Toronto, the writ asking for a mandatory injunction compelling the defendants to restore the roadbed, right of way, tracks and other equipment of the portion of the highway formerly occupied by the Toronto and York Radial Ry. on Yonge St. in Toronto, which is alleged to have been illegally and unlawfully removed by the defendants, their servants, workmen or agents, and for an injunction restraining the defendants from in any way interfering with the County of York, exercising all rights, privileges and franchise which the county is legally entitled to under and by virtue of the provision in certain agreements confirmed by statute entered into between what was formerly known as the Metropolitan Ry., and also for a direction that the county is entitled to uninterrupted use of Yonge St. as far as Farnham Ave. This action is one of the side issues arising out of the Toronto electrical clean-up deal.
Railways: Met.Ry., T. & Y.Rad.Ry., T.T.C.