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Latest revision as of 03:36, 27 March 2020

Winnipeg Electric Company (WECo) was the transit provider to the city of Winnipeg from April 5, 1924 until May 29, 1953 when it became Greater Winnipeg Transit Commission. It became a subsidiary of WECo in 1953 and was briefly called Greater Winnipeg Transit Company from February 1, 1953 to May 29, 1953.

Service was previously provided by the Winnipeg Electric Railway Company.

Bus Roster

Fleet Number Range Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Number Engine Transmission Notes
1925 Dodge/WECo 3 units
1925 Reo/WECo 7 units
1926 Reo 3 units
1926 Studebaker 1 unit
1927 Reo 3 units
1927 Studebaker 3 units
1928 GMC/WECo 7 units
1929 Reo/Fitzjohn 1 unit
1934 White 3 units; Ex-?
101-109 (odd #'s) 1928 Twin 40
111-119 (odd #'s) Manitoba Transit Heritage Association 111-a.jpg 1936 Twin 23-RS #111 recovered and restored by Manitoba Transit Heritage Association
120-140 (even #'s) 1939 Twin 23-R
121-129 (odd #'s) 1937 Twin 23-R
131-141 (odd #'s) 1938 Twin 23-R
142-146 1939 Twin 23-R
150-159 1944 GMC TG-3608
  • Serial numbers were 191-200.
  • 152 purchased by A&W for use as a billboard in Lethbridge, AB.
175, 177 1937 Yellow Coach 739
200-229 Manitoba Transit Heritage Association 214-a.jpg 1941 Twin 30-GS
230-234 1942 Twin 30-GS To Greater Winnipeg Transit Commission same #'s
235-240 1943 Twin 30-GS To Greater Winnipeg Transit Commission same #'s
301-319 (odd #'s) 1927 Mack AB
321-329 (odd #'s) 1928 Mack AB
331 1929 Mack BK
333, 335 1926 Mack AB Ex ? bought in 1930.
337-347 (odd #'s) 1936 Mack 6-CW-3S To Greater Winnipeg Transit Commission same #'s
349-353 (odd #'s) 1937 Mack 6-CW-3S To Greater Winnipeg Transit Commission same #'s
355-359 (odd #'s) 1938 Mack 6-CQ-3S To Greater Winnipeg Transit Commission same #'s
361-379 (odd #'s) 1947 Twin 34-S To Greater Winnipeg Transit Commission same #'s
425, 427 1936 International/Lawrie
451-457 (odd #'s) 1935 Ford/Lawrie
459, 461 1936 Ford/Lawrie
463 1937 Ford 70
465-483 (odd #'s) 1940 Ford 09B
485-497 (odd #'s) 1940 Ford 19B
501, 503 1936 Dodge/Lawrie 501 to Manitoba Transit Heritage Association
525, 527 1936 Chevrolet/Lawrie
531-539 (odd #'s) 1941 Ford 19B
541-559 (odd #'s) 1942 Ford 29B
561-569 (odd #'s) Manitoba Transit Heritage Association 565-a.jpg 1946 Ford 69B 565 to Manitoba Transit Heritage Association
601-607 (odd #'s) 1947 CC&F IC-41 To Beaver Bus Lines in 1948.
621, 623 1947 MCI Courier 100A To Beaver Bus Lines in 1948.
701-705 (odd #'s) 1946 CC&F C-36 To Greater Winnipeg Transit Commission same #'s
707-719 (odd #'s) 1947 CC&F C-36 To Greater Winnipeg Transit Commission same #'s
721-729 (odd #'s) 1948 CC&F C-36TC To Greater Winnipeg Transit Commission same #'s
733 1952 CC&F CD-44ATC
801-811 (odd #'s) 1946 Twin 38-S To Greater Winnipeg Transit Commission same #'s
813-831 (odd #'s) 1948 Twin 38-S To Greater Winnipeg Transit Commission same #'s
851-869 (odd #'s) 1947 Twin 41-S To Greater Winnipeg Transit Commission same #'s
901-923 (odd #'s) 1952 Twin FL2-40 To Greater Winnipeg Transit Commission same #'s

Electric Trolley Bus Roster

  • Began - November 21, 1938
  • Ended - October 30, 1970
Fleet Number Range Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Number Motors Notes
1500-1510 (even #'s) 1938 Mack CR3S
1512-1528 (even #'s) 1939 Mack CR3S
1530 1940 Mack CR3S
1532 1942 MCI 40TRY
1534-1542 (even #'s) 1943 Mack CR3S
1544-1558 (even #'s) 1945 Pullman-Standard 44AS
1600-1648 (even #'s) 1947 CC&F T-44
1650-1686 (even #'s) 1947 CC&F T-44
1688-1726 (even #'s) 1948-49 CC&F T-44
1728-1746 (even #'s) 1949 CC&F T-48
1748-1806 (even #'s) Manitoba Transit Heritage Association 1768-a.jpg 1950 CC&F T-48A 1768 to Manitoba Transit Heritage Association