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  1. I too drove a bus in those "change" times. It was a headache and remember having to fold and put into breast pocket many, many dollar bills. We were trained to smooth out the bills and un-do the dog eared corners before turn in-a habit I still do today. The most trying times were during rush hours, where you stopped at almost all the stops and it seemed that almost everyone handed you a dollar (or worse a twenty). It meant that you had to constantly unload the Johnson farebox so that you had the change to give. What a challenge. I worked out of Div. 7-West Hollywood (an ex-Pacific Elect
  2. Thanks for the great photos! Does anyone have photos of the back of bus? Would sure help in making a HO scale model.
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