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Tampa Transit 145293 viewsTampa Transit #145 at the Mack factory in Allentown, PA. Photographer unknown; collection of Joe Testagrose.
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Waterloo MET Gillig306 viewsWaterloo MET 2009 Gillig LF 29 at the Gillig factory in Hayward, California on April 13, 2009 Waterloo MET photo; collection of James Roach.
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77 viewsNYCTA # 4054 & 4059 at the Flxible Co. factory in Loudonville, OH in November, 1969. Photographer unknown; collection of Steve DeLuca
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Worcester St Ry 641554 viewsWorcester Street Railway Company #641, one of 50 Mack model C-41-GT buses, #601 to #650, purchased in 1946, at the Mack factory in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Worcester was part of Boston and Worcester (B & W). Mack photo; collection of Alan Linsky.
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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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NYCTA 50031045 viewsNYCTA #5003 at the Flxible plant in Loudon, Ohio. Photographer unknown; collection of Joe Testagrose.
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Steinway Omnibus 2000693 viewsSteinway Omnibus #2000, a 1939 Mack Model CW3G (serial # 1122), at the Mack factory. Photograph courtesy of the Mack Truck Museum.
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HART 502489 viewsHART #502 at the Gillig factory in California. Photograph taken by Steve Hoskins; collection of Alan Aron.
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SF Muni Flxible445 viewsAn unnumbered Muni Flxible at the factory in Loudonville, OH. Phorogtapher unknown; collection of Joe Testagrose.
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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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Triboro Coach 807638 viewsTriboro Coach #807 at the Flxible factory. Photographer unknown; collection of Joe Testagrose.
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Green Lines 929671 viewsGreen Lines #929 in original factory forest green over battleship gray, working route Q60 ay Queens Plaza. Photographer unknown; collection of Alan Linsky.
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