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The name was adopted around 1834. Georgetown is home to the Halton County Radial Railway Museum, which has a collection of streetcars and trolleybuses from cities in North America that operated them until the 1950s or 1960s. The museum also has an outdoor display with several examples of buses used by GO Transit, as well as a few Toronto Transportation Commission vehicles such as PCC streetcar 4549 (ex-Toronto), Peter Witt car 5702 (ex-Toronto) and Orion VII bus 1201 (ex-GO Transit). The Halton County Radial Railway Society operates public transit services in Georgetown under contract to GO Transit under its "Georgetown Community Bus" brand using restored PCC cars built between 1946–1948 for use on lines serving Toronto's downtown core during peak periods only; these are not wheelchair accessible due to their construction before accessibility became mandatory on public transit vehicles.