Hamilton Street Railway 8201-8206

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Interior with all perimeter seating.

Hamilton Street Railway 8201-8206 were 1982 General Motors Diesel Division TA60-102N "GM Artic" buses. This batch was bought new, while the second batch was bought secondhand from OC Transpo in 1987. Buses 8203 and 8206 lasted long enough to be numbered with the 51 prefix until their retirement.

Engine Transmission Seating Destination sign
Detroit Diesel 8V71N 255 hp @ 200 rpm Allison V735 3 speed Otaco Innovator 850 Rollsign

Details

Fleet
number
Thumbnail Build
date
VIN License plate(s) Status/disposal Notes
8201 1982 2GHYR92H6C5200036 BA4 279 Retired Leased to Transit Windsor during June 1984.
8202 Hamilton Street Railway 8202-a.jpg 1982 2GHYR92H8C5200037 BA4 280
Retired

Leased to Transit Windsor during June 1985.
518203
(prev. 8203)
Hamilton Street Railway 518203-a.jpg 1982 2GHYR92HXC5200038 BL5 359

(prev. BA4 281)

Retired

  • Lost GM logo after repainting.
  • Received engine from 8251 in 2003.
8204 1982 2GHYR92H1C5200039 BA4 282 Retired Leased to Transit Windsor during June 1987.
8205 1982 2GHYR92H3C5200040 BA4 283 Retired
518206
(prev. 8206)
Hamilton Street Railway 518206-a.JPG 1982 2GHYR92HXC5200041 BL2 356

(prev. BA4 284)

Retired
  • Leased to Transit Windsor during June 1986.
  • When refurbished, it received the "Fool's Gold" livery, repainted to current stripe set later.