BC Electric Railway 669-698

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BC Electric M104-M133 were Canadian Car and Foundry/BrillC36 buses built for BC Electric in March 1947. Assigned to Victoria, several units were converted for sightseeing . All units still in service when BC Electric became BC Hydro in 1962.

Engine Transmission Differential Seated Capacity Seat Type Rear Door Interior Style Destination Sign
Hall Scott 3 sp. manual 36 Bench 2xbi-fold. gate activated Rollsign


Details

1st no. Renumbers Last no. Thumbnail Date VIN UPF # Paint Status Notes
669 669 1947 2432 Retired
  • assigned to Victoria as 669
  • retired in 1965
670 649(2) 1947 2433 996 Retired
  • assigned to Victoria as 670
  • converted for sightseeing early 1960s
  • retired in 1976 and sold
671 671 1947 2434 Retired
  • assigned to Victoria as 671
  • retired by Jan 23, 1966
672 672 1947 2435 Retired
  • assigned to Victoria as 672
  • converted to sightseeing mid 1960s, fleet number could be 651, 652 or 655
673 673 1947 2436 Retired
  • assigned to Victoria as 673
  • retired in 1966
674 674 1947 2437 Retired
  • assigned to Vi otia as 674
  • retired in 1966
675 654(2) 1947 2438 905 Retired
  • assigned to Victoria as 675
  • converted for sightseeing and renumbered (RBL) 654(2) in 1966
  • retired and sold in 1976
676 676 1947 2439 Retired
  • assigned to Victoria as 676
  • retired in 1969
677 677 1947 2440 Retired
  • assigned to Victoria as 677
  • noted as sightseeing bus, not renumbered on June 1965 roster
  • retired and scrapped Jan 1966
678 678 1947 2441 Retired
  • assigned to Victoria as 678
  • retired in 1966
679 679 1947 2442 Retired
  • assigned to Victoria as 679
  • loaned to New Westminster late 1964/early 1965 as manual transmission training bus prior to introduction of Prevosts on SFU routes.
  • retired in 1966
680 640(2) 1947 2443 Retired
  • assigned to Victoria as 680
  • converted to sightseeing late 1950s and renumbered RBL 640(2)
  • retired and sold in 1976
681 681 1947 2444 906 Retired
  • assigned to Victoria as 681
  • retired in 1966
  • to Hudson Hope Taxi Co. as 681
682 682 1947 2445 Retired
  • assigned to Victoria as 681
  • retired in 1966
683 683 1947 2446 Retired
  • assigned to Victoria as 683
  • converted to sightseeing mid 1960s, fleet number could be 651, 652 or 655
684 684 1947 2447 Retired
  • assigned to Victoria as 684
  • retired in 1966
  • to Hudson Hope Taxi Co. as 684
685 685 1947 2448 Retired
  • assigned to Victoria as 685
  • retired in 1966
686 686 1947 2449 Retired
  • assigned to Victoria as 686
  • retired in 1969
687 653(2) 1947 2450 907 Retired
  • assigned to Victoria as 687
  • converted for sightseeing in 1965 and renumbered 653(2)
  • retired and sold in 1976
688 688 1947 2451 Retired
  • assigned to Vixtoria as 688
  • retired in 1966
689 689 1947 2452 Retired
  • assigned to Victoria as 689
  • retired in 1966
690 690 1947 2453 Retired
  • assigned to Victoria as 690
  • retired in 1969
691 691 1947 2454 Retired
  • assigned to Victoria as 691
  • noted as equipped as school bus 1966
  • retired in 1969
692 692 1947 2455 Retired
  • assigned to Victoria as 692
  • retired in 1969
693 693 1947 2456 Retired
  • assigned to Victoria as 693
  • retired in 1969
694 694 1947 2457 Retired
  • assigned to Victoria as 694
  • retired in 1969
695 695 1947 2458 Retired
  • assigned to Victoria as 695
  • retired in 1969
696 696 1947 2459 Retired
  • assigned to Victoria as 696
  • retired in 1966 after accident
697 697 1947 2460 Retired
  • assigned to Victoria as 697
  • retired in 1969 and sold
  • purchased late 1990s by John Day for possible restoration. Bus had frame failure due to corrosion of aluminum frame members Bus was resold and ultimately scrapped.
698 698 1947 2461 Retired
  • assigned to Victoria as 698
  • retired in 1969