Chatham Bus Service
Chatham Bus Service served the city of Chatham from February 1947 until February 1948. It was operated by the Armstrong Brothers of Leamington, ON.
The company had service and financial problems and as a result ended service in February 1948.
|Children (under 12 yrs.)||Free|
Operating hours: Monday-Saturday, 6:00 am till Midnight
Frequency: 15 min. inside city, 30 min. outside city
Service originally started with route 1 and 2 only.
|Route Number||Route Description|
|1||Start Richmond and Merrit-Queen-Fifth-Thames-Grand-Taylor-Forest-Delaware-Gladstone-Elizabeth-Victoria-Fifth-Queen-Richmond|
|2||Start Consession Road and Queen-Fifth-Barthe-Grand-Sandy-Brock-St.Clair-Barthe-Fifth-Queen|
|3||Start King-Robertson-Tecumseh-Phyllis-King-Robertson-Harvey-Queen-Fourth-King East-William North-Stanley-Lansdowne-Murray-Princess-King East-Duke-Park-William-King|
|4||Start King-Dover-Emma-Louise-Grand West-Sandy-Cornhill-Sheldon-Brock-St. Clair-Dover-King|
They also used older school buses.