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  1. Transit Windsor

    8001 was in service today doing a Senior Special, this was numbered 578 from the plant.
  2. Transit Windsor

    Mat you have a collectors photo of 580 as the new buses are being renumbered starting at 8001 on.
  3. Transit Windsor

    They will start at 578 - 599.
  4. Toronto Transportation Society - 2017 Trips

    4 routes service the College Ave. Terminal, Transway 1C, Crosstown 2, Central 3 (Central 3 West evening & Sunday/Holidays), South Windsor 7.
  5. Transit Windsor

    The first bus east bound was 572 as I got on at the Vollmer center and rode to St.Clair College and back and the first west bound was 574 as I got photos of both buses at the Vollmer Center. At 11 am the east bound bus stops and its driver takes over the west bound bus at 11.19 am for this driver take its lunch break at the Vollmer Center. At this time at the Vollmer Center is a good spot for photos as the west bound bus has a 5 minutes layover for changing of the drivers.
  6. Transit Windsor

    The Classic's have been retired since last November because of the cost to repair them, just wasn't worth repairing them. They have sat at the east side of the garage since then. They will two of the buses replace when the 24 new Nova's come this fall.
  7. This company started May 3,1960, it was called Shalta Hughson dba Nashwaaksis Bus Line, they where located in Nashwaaksis, N.B. In 1962 Mr. Hughson died and the certificate was transfer to Betty Jean Huggson in July 1962. Company was sold to SMT (Eastern) June 1965. Operated an route from main Street Fredericton - Brookside Drive - Westview Drive - Cherry Street - MacFarland Street - Fulton Ave. - Cedar Ave. - Sunset Drive - CPR Crossing, They had one bus an Ford school bus that went to SMT #3714. I hope this helps. I
  8. Looking for information

    Sorry that should be Sept. 2004 not 1994,
  9. Looking for information

    1102 did have a lift, as it was new to the State of Michigan and leased to GLI as #MI-0036, then in Sept. 1994 it was purchased by GLI and #1102, 1102 was one of five D3's that where State buses and sold to GLI. I do have all the VIN's for Greyhound Canada, I can send you all those VINs by mail if you want, send me your address, will include all the U.S. coaches that came to Canada. I spent alot of time at the GLOC garage here both checking the builder plates and getting photos.
  10. Looking for information

    Vin 1M8PDMPA81P054083 was #1166, as for the 102D3'S that came from the U.S. they did not have lifts as that is why they where sent to Canada, like all the 102DL3's that came to Canada they didn't have lifts either.
  11. Transit Windsor

    It is ex Calgary Transit 1616.
  12. Transit Windsor

    I was just by the museum taday and it was still there, I believe that white roof in the top left of the map is 912.
  13. Transit Windsor

    You are correct it is there, unfortunately they aren't doing much with as it is parked outside near the old train station so it can rust away like all the other buses they have had.. You can see it from the highway.
  14. Western Flyer Canuck - identification assistance

    In look at Bill Luke book on Buses of Western Flyer & New Flyer with the head light arrangement it most likely is a P-39, as the P37/41 head lights and fog lights are the same size. Where you able to get a side view as that would show more details.
  15. Transit Windsor

    The two classics can be used all most anywhere on the system, but for the summer they are more likely at the garage since there are no school extras now.