Manitoba Transit Heritage Association
The Manitoba Transit Heritage Association Inc. is a non-profit registered charitable organization whose members volunteer in the rescue, restoration, maintenance, operation and display of Manitoba’s largest collection of vintage transit vehicles. Transit Heritage members include retired and current employees of Winnipeg Transit, Beaver Bus Lines, Greyhound Canada and New Flyer Industries along with bus and streetcar enthusiasts from the general public.
The association fulfills its mission by exhibiting items from its collection at public events in the Winnipeg area, including street fairs, cruise events, heritage festivals, parades, and other occasions to interact with the public. The MTHA also undertakes charitable activities where its buses can be used. MTHA buses have also been made available to motion picture and television productions.
|111||1937||Twin||23R||Twin Coach Hercules six cylinder gasoline||Three speed manual||
|1768||1950||CC&F||T-48A||General Electric 1213|
|20||1956||Western Flyer||T-36-2L||International Red Diamond six cylinder gasoline||Five speed manual|
|75||1958||Western Flyer||T-40||International Red Diamond six cylinder gasoline||Spicer five speed manual|
|33||1963||GMDD||SDM-4502||Detroit Diesel 6V71N||manual||
|316||1988||MCI||TC40-102N Classic||Detroit Diesel 6V71N||Allison V731||
The Manitoba Transit Heritage Association has an extensive collection of artifacts relating to transit history in Manitoba including tickets and passes, maps, uniforms, and other tools of the transit industry.