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McCoy Bus Service & Tours

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Ex-McCoy H3-45 #224 is parked at the back of the Big Rig Collision Facility in S.E. Calgary with Alberta plates on it. You can see the former McCoy lettering. I am pretty sure that is 224, but not 100% sure. If anyone wants to see the full resolution image, send me a PM and I will send it over. Attached is a resized image.

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Having received the full resolution shot it does look like 224.

Wierd that it followed me out to Calgary!!!

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They have an MCI J4500, which I rode on this weekend.

Sometime in May 2010, I saw a McCoy bus, an older H3-45, in a wrap for St. Lawrence College. Anyone know what this is?

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I Drive for McCoy part time , and gotta say some of the most well maintaned fleet , they just added another H3-45 #241 , the J4500 is based in Pembroke now 

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Going through pictures from the past few weekends, spotted McCoy 242 at the Rogers Centre parking lot back on July 1. It has residual numbers of 3832, which indicates it is ex-AZ Bus (Tai Pan Tours).

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4 McCoy Buses will be used on the North American Indigenous Games Shuttle , as Coach Canada is Short buses

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