T6H-5307N

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  • Birthday 01/01/1993

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  1. Thank-you; that info on 992 is more like what we need Where is 993 if it is definitely gone?
  2. I dare you to use that as an academic source for any sort of research or historical documentation. Seriously. I don't mean to be grumpy but can we please move past the hearsay and start posting useful information again?
  3. In the spirit of his 007... When it comes to Bond, I was always left wanting Moore!
  4. I would, if only it were a little closer to home... Definitely for the kids activities
  5. I think Martin's previous post addresses your question; I suggest reading it again I am going to go with his response as I have a couple of concerns with your speculation. Namely, why on earth would ETS start numbering at 6906 for their units (this leaves no room for Spruce Grove expansion, and seems random at best) and why would New Flyer be delivering them in reverse order? Then there is the issue that we still don't even know who the ETS tender was awarded to, never mind having a set production date... in other words, definitely not regluar ETS units.
  6. One of the three units for Beaumont service? The numbering makes sense (regional, leaving space for Spruce Grove), and they might have ended up in the ETS livery purely because Beaumont, unlike Spruce Grove, never really specified a new livery...
  7. May as well join the fun. Just don't look at the date at the bottom
  8. Added 1982 and 1996. All sorts of interesting historical goodies... I believe the September 1996 map was the last of the old system? Unless someone can confirm that they bothered printing an April 1997 map when the system was due to change so soon anyway.
  9. Updated the above link. I will say thanks as well, as scanning some of this stuff has been on my list of things to do for a very long time and you provided me with some motivation to do so! There should now be an April 1994 ride guide in there. I am still digging, but I'm pretty sure I've got 1982, 85, 86, 88, 92, 93, 96, 97, and most years from 1998 to today. I also added a few different styles of route brochure: 1988, 1993, and 1997.
  10. First up, September 1987. I am still working on the scanning process, but this appears to have transferred OK with minimal cuts. http://barp.ca/bus/alberta/ets_media/ Enjoy. More to follow!
  11. Cool. I am working on getting some stuff scanned right now. The ride guides are an interesting challenge... I may try using a commercial scanner after work tomorrow. It is possible, but quite awkward to stitch them together using my scanner at home that can barely do an 8.5x11
  12. Hi, Are you looking for any specific years and/or routes or just anything? Between the different members around here, I'm sure we have a decent representation of anything from about 1980-1997! Here is a summer 1980 ride guide to start: ETS 1980 summer ride guide.pdf
  13. Right. I do have the public version from a transit magazine that I will attempt to find and scan tonight... And here we go, courtesy of Trolley Coach News No. 52, published in the summer of 1981: http://www.barp.ca/archives/tcn52_bbc.pdf
  14. This might have some of the information you are looking for: http://www.barp.ca/archives/ETS-BBC-1982.pdf Best of luck
  15. Summary of updates for 2016: http://www.barp.ca/2016updates.html And yes, the coach section is finally fixed Stay tuned for much more in 2017! http://www.barp.ca/2017updates.html