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NFTA 852109 views1988 Orion I 01.502 in front of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery post-delivery photo.
These buses were the last ordered with curtain destination signs as the rest of the 1988 order of Orion I 01.508 buses were ordered with electronic "flip dot" destination signs.
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NFTA 912103 views1989 Orion I 01.508 at layover on 20-Elmwood route downtown.
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NFTA 7751216 viewsThis bus was the first painted in the yellow and black livery before the AM General Metropolitan buses arrived.
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NFTA 601262 viewsThis was one of six buses purchased to enhance the existing fleet of 1976 GMC suburbans,
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NFTA 6020248 viewsThis was part of a 110 bus order for the NFTA in 1984. The original paint, including the black trim that was standard for GM at that time can be seen here. Also note the door side mirror. The NFTA was one of a few agencies who "flipped" this mirror for easier access to adjustability. These mirrors were reverted back to their original positions after spot mirrors were installed in the early 1990s.
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NFTA 6108277 viewsThis was the last appearance of the 6000-series RTS buses. In 1988, the NFTA began an aggressive repainting program for all of the RTS and 700-series Orion I buses. The 5000-series were included in this program which enabled them to be matched with the current (at that time) livery and this also eliminated the black trim at the rear of the bus.
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NFT 4635565 viewsNFT #4635 on the 8 Main route. Photo courtesy of Jim Husing Collection.
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NFT 6325469 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.
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NFT 7018435 viewsNFT #7018 out of service from the 22 Porter-Best route downtown in July, 1977. Photo courtesy of Jim Husing Collection.
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NFT 7100443 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.
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NFT 7655560 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.
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NFTA 528 (ex-Carteret Transit 28)535 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.
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