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Georgia Power 1234218 viewsGeorgia Power trackless trolley #1234. Pullman Co. photo; collection of Joe Testagrose.
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Long Beach Bus Co. 49, 50, 51, 52381 viewsFour 1934 Mack model CQ's numbered 49, 50, 51 and 52 at Mack factory in Allentown, Pa. awaiting delivery to Long Beach Bus Company
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CSL 597336 viewsCSL #597 at General Motors in Flint, Michigan. Photographer unknown; collection of Joe Testagrose.
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CSL 89224 viewsCSL trackless trolley #89 at St. Louis Car Company. Builder's photo; collection of Joe Testagrose.
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Green Lines G434468 views# G434 a 1933 Mack model 6BC-3S (ser# 1277) 28 passenger purchased by the company for $5277.25.
All Green Line bus numbers started with a 'G' through 1935. Photo courtesy of Mack.
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Seattle Transit 401333 viewsSeattle Transit #401 at the Flxible plant. Photographer unknown; collection of the Motor Bus Society.
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Manhattan & Queens Bus Corp. 110805 viewsNumber yet to be assigned at factory - a 1937 Mack model 6CT3S built for Manhattan and Queens Bus Corporation (#101 to 130) and acquired by Green Line in 1943 with the purchase of the company.
Most of these buses eventually went to Jamaica Buses.
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Green Lines 824647 views#824 - a 1939 Mack model CM3G (Ser# 1087) dressed for the 39/40 World's Fair, and the first with an 'Air Clutch' eliminating the clutch pedal affording a much smoother ride.
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NYCTA 100661 viewsGrumman 870 Demonstrator #100 in front of St. Patrick's Cathedral. Flxible Corp. photo; collection of Charles Fiori
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Green Lines 363751 views#363 - 1952 GM TDH5104 - the first 40 footers or 'gondola cars' as they were nicknamed - one of fifteen numbered 351 to 365 and used mostly to service Q10 and Q60 (Mr. Cooper's pet routes) - these buses were unusual in that they were 96" wide.
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Johnson Model 'D' Farebox667 viewsThe famous model 'D' Johnson fare box used on all Green Line buses from 1933 to 1959.
This machine remained unchanged in design from its inception in 1909!
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NYCTA 4001620 viewsNYCTA #4001 in a Flxible builder's photo. Collection of Charles Fiori.
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