North Bay Transit T721-T733

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North Bay Transit T721-T733 were 1975 General Motors Diesel Division T6H-4523N buses. These were the first transit-style buses purchased by the City of North Bay, replacing the previous school-type buses operated since the municipal takeover in 1972[1].

This series was retired between 1990 and 1992 with the purchase of T751-T755, T756-T760, and T761-T763.

Engine Transmission Seating Destination sign
Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison Rollsign

Details

Fleet Number Thumbnail Production date Serial License plate(s) Status/Disposal Notes
T721 1975 C258 BB7 271 Retired
T722 1975 C259 Retired
T723 1975 C260 Retired
T724 1975 C261
Retired

Sold to Cobourg Transit 2389 in 1989?

T725 1975 C262 Retired
T726 1975 C263 BL1 674 Retired
T727 1975 C264 BL1 661 Retired
T728 1975 C265 BK8 951 Retired
T729 1975 C266 BK7 472 Retired
T730 1975 C267 Retired
T731 1975 C268 Retired
T732 1975 C269 BB7 258 Retired
T733 1975 C270 BH8 510

(prev. BB7 259)

Retired

Sold to Timmins Transit 84 in 2005.

References

  1. North Bay Transit History. City of North Bay. Retrieved on February 22, 2013.


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North Bay Transit logo.jpg
Fleet
Active 770-771, 774-775, 776-777, 778-779, 780-781, 782-783, 784-785, 786-787, 788-790, 791, 792-793
Retired T1-T8, 401-402, T721-T733, T721-T723, T724-T725, T726-T729, T730-T732, 734-735, T734-T736, T737, T737-T739, T740-T742, T742, T743-T745, T746-T748, T749-T750, T751-T755, T756-T760, T761-T763, 764-765, 766-767, 768-769, 772-773