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According to the Wiki, Yorkton Transit operated from sometime in 1966 until sometime in 1995. I believe this system used Fishbowls and even an ex-Regina Transit Flyer D800 whcih were owned by Westerhaug Bus Lines. What I am trying to find out is exactly which buses operated in this time period, so if anyone happens to have this information, it would be very much appreciated. Would love to see some photos too if at all possible. Here is a link to the Wiki page: http://cptdb.ca/wiki/index.php?title=Yorkton_Transit .

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Sorry about the late reply, but while I was looking on barp.ca, I found this "Most of these buses were retired and scrapped, however, 625, 627, and 629 were sold to the Town of Cold Lake, 626 was sold to Westerhaug Bus Lines in Yorkton, SK,630 was sold to Air Canada in Toronto for use at the airport, and 635 and 636 were sold to St Albert Transit as 809 and 810."

It looks like westerhaug had a fishbowl from Calgary.

Hope it helps there peter.

EDIT: well, I feel dumb. http://www.barp.ca/bus/alberta/ct/gm/ct1969t6h5305/ct1969t6h5305.html

That's the page I found that on.

Edited by GMC T6H-5307N

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According to the Wiki, Yorkton Transit operated from sometime in 1966 until sometime in 1995. I believe this system used Fishbowls and even an ex-Regina Transit Flyer D800 whcih were owned by Westerhaug Bus Lines. What I am trying to find out is exactly which buses operated in this time period, so if anyone happens to have this information, it would be very much appreciated. Would love to see some photos too if at all possible. Here is a link to the Wiki page: http://cptdb.ca/wiki/index.php?title=Yorkton_Transit .

Alright. Looking around pays off!

http://home.cc.umanitoba.ca/~wyatt/alltime/pics/yorkton-WBLgmnl-daw1992.jpg

Here is an ex-Calgary New look, 2nd Generation model, still in former Calgary colours.

Here's where I found it-

http://home.cc.umanitoba.ca/~wyatt/alltime/a2z-sk.html

Hope this helps a bit Peter!

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