Every so often, streetcars break down. This is perhaps the one significant drawback of streetcar operation in opposition to buses - or at least the one that streetcar opponents seem to keep bringing up, but I've seen plenty of buses break down in inconvenient places myself. When a streetcar does break down, it's got to be moved by one that's still working. Unfortunately, that doesn't happen with all due speed, and so a convoy will build up.
Predictably enough, on the day this was taken the Queen streetcars were diverting onto this stretch of King West, making it even more fun.
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