Yosef Sa'ar writes:
I enjoyed the article about the Edmonton Amalgamation medal. Here is another commemorating a one-day event in Gainsborough, England,
31 March 1932. Posted from Facebook group Transportation Token Collectors.
Thanks. Toll bridges and roads were once much more common worldwide. Over time, many of these became public and free, a cause for
rejoicing among commuters. The pendulum is swinging back these days, with more toll lanes and roads being built to relieve congestion.
To read the earlier E-Sylum article, see:
EDMONTON AMALGAMATION CELEBRATION MEDAL
Wayne Homren, Editor
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