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TANK 2197146 viewsTANK decided to use one of its gleaming new 2015 Advantages, #2197, on the Opening Day shuttle in downtown Cincinnati. Reds fans can be seen heading towards Great American Ballpark in the background. Photograph taken April 6, 2015 by Peter Huffman.Apr 08, 2015
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TANK 2143139 viewsOn Opening Day in Cincinnati, TANK brings out some full-sized buses to help with the crowds using the Southbank Shuttle (from Newport and Covington, KY across the river to downtown Cincinnati). #2143 has just finished up its shuttle duties but still displayed some Reds flair. Photograph taken April 6, 2015 by Peter Huffman.Apr 08, 2015
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TANK 2188138 viewsTANK #2188 serving as Northern Kentucky University's shuttle from campus to an off-campus residence hall. Photograph taken March 5, 2015 by Peter Huffman.Apr 08, 2015
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TANK 2182147 viewsTANK #2182 waits on layover outside of Florence Mall on a snowy afternoon. Photograph taken March 5, 2015 by Peter Huffman.Apr 08, 2015
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TANK 880142 viewsTANK #880, the first bus in TANK's 880 series of Gillig BRTs used exclusively for express routes, working route 28X at the Fort Wright Park & Ride. Photograph taken February 6, 2015 by Peter Huffman.Apr 08, 2015
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TANK 2165 & 2139140 viewsTANK #2165, 2139, and an unidentified third bus form a rush-hour line on Main Street in downtown Cincinnati. Photograph taken January 27, 2015 by Peter Huffman.Apr 08, 2015
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TANK 2113125 viewsTANK #2113 working route 19X at Fourth & Main Streets in downtown Cincinnati. Photograph taken January 27, 2015 by Peter Huffman.Apr 08, 2015
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TANK 2115, 2101195 viewsScrap wheels and the removal of the bike rack on the front of #2115 mean that its days in service with TANK are through. #2101 has also been retired as well. Since this was taken, both buses have had TANK branding painted over. Photograph taken March 5, 2015 by Peter Huffman.Mar 27, 2015
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TANK 2101, 2115, 2105173 viewsTANK #2101, the first low-floor bus in the Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky area, is part of the latest lot of retirees. Notice that the TANK branding has been painted over on these buses. Supposedly 2101 will be kept in the area due to its historical significance, but its days with TANK are done; the others will likely head to MidWest Bus in Michigan for possible resale. Photograph taken March 17, 2015 by Peter Huffman.Mar 27, 2015
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TANK 2107156 viewsEven though many of TANK's 2000 Advantages have been retired, #2107 still soldiers on. Here it is awaiting entry to the park-and-ride lot adjacent to the Ft. Wright shops. Photograph taken March 5, 2015 by Peter Huffman.Mar 27, 2015
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TANK 2109150 viewsTANK #2109 at the Fort Wright Shops. After being stored with its engine lid open at the edge of the shop lot for quite a while, it has finally been retired by TANK. Photograph taken March 17, 2015 by Peter Huffman.Mar 27, 2015
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TANK 2109143 viewsTANK #2109 has been wearing this Snappy Tomato Pizza ad wrap since at least 2010. It will be disposed of wearing that ad wrap. It is currently stored in the park-and-ride lot adjacent to the Ft. Wright shops. Photograph taken March 17, 2015 by Peter Huffman.Mar 27, 2015
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