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NFTA 3055589 viewsNFTA #3055 working route 44-Lockport in July, 1977. Twelve of these GMC S8H5304A buses were purchased by the NFTA in 1976 to service the 38-Angola, 40-Niagara Falls, and 44-Lockport routes. In 1985, the NFTA purchased six Orion I 01.509 suburbans to supplement these buses. Photograph taken by Jim Husing.Dec 18, 2011
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NFTA 528 (ex-Carteret Transit 28)683 viewsNFTA #528 working route 29-Wohlers at Maryland & Niagara Streets in July, 1977. Bus #526-540 and #311-319 were inherited when the NFTA absorbed the former Niagara Falls Municipal Transit System. Photograph taken by Jim Husing.Dec 18, 2011
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NFTA 4004585 viewsNFTA #4004 inbound on Main Street on the 13-Kensington route. in July, 1977. Photograph taken by Jim Husing.Dec 18, 2011
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NFT 4635683 viewsNFT #4635 on the 8 Main route. Photo courtesy of Jim Husing Collection.Oct 30, 2011
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NFT 6325581 viewsNFT #6325, a Mack C49-DT with the "New Look" appearance built specifically for Niagara Frontier Transit. These buses were placed into storage and subsequently retired in 1975 when the AM General Metropolitan buses arrived. Photo courtesy of Jim Husing Collection.Oct 30, 2011
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NFT 7018547 viewsNFT #7018 out of service from the 22 Porter-Best route downtown in July, 1977. Photo courtesy of Jim Husing Collection.Oct 30, 2011
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NFT 7655705 viewsNFT #7655 on the 8 Main Route in July, 1977. This photo shows a more complete NFT red and tan livery. Photo courtesy of Jim Husing Collection.Oct 30, 2011
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NFT 7745729 viewsNFT #7745 on the 12 Utica route Downtown in July, 1977. Most of these buses had been repainted in the NFTA-Metro Bus yellow-black-white, or NFTA "Earth Tone" livery before they were retired. Its sister coach #7754 has been preserved as a "heritage" bus and restored in the original NFT livery shown above. Photo courtesy of Jim Husing Collection.Oct 30, 2011
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NFT 7100551 viewsNFT #7100 on the former 34-Springbrook-East Aurora route. The #34 route designation is now Route 34 Niagara Falls Blvd. East Aurora is now serviced by the #75 Express route. Photo courtesy of Jim Husing Collection.Oct 30, 2011
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NFTA 3012 (ex-Lockport Bus Lines)695 viewsNFTA #3012 on route 29-Wohlers in July, 1977. Because of the tight and numerous turns, this route necessitates the use of shorter and more agile buses. These buses were acquired when the NFTA incoroporated Lockport Transit. Many of these buses were the first equipped with wheelchair lifts. Photo courtesy of Jim Husing Collection.Oct 30, 2011
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NFTA 4059612 viewsNFTA #4059 on 3 Grant route layover in Downtown Buffalo. These, and several 9635As were the first direct purchase of buses by the Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority. In 1987, because of severe structural problems, these buses were retired and replaced with Flxible 111-CCs from RGRTA in Rochester, and GMC RTS II TH-8201s from DART Dallas. Photo courtesy of Jim Husing Collection.Oct 30, 2011
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NFTA 5052666 viewsNFTA #5052 working route 5-Niagara Street from Downtown Buffalo in August, 1979. Sister bus to NFTA #5023, but later production as GM had reoriented the driver's side mirror to facilitate easier adjustment. The second order of RTS-03 buses in 1980 (5066-5078) came equipped with wheelchair lifts and were identified by a large blue wheelchair decal on the right front by the bus number. Photo courtesy of Jim Husing collection.Oct 30, 2011
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