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Bus Stop Classics: GM “Old Look” Coach And MH Trolley Coach – When No Transportation Meant Public Transportation
(first posted 2/14/2016) Growing up in central Ohio, we were one of the few “no car” families in our lower middle-class neighborhood. Mom never drove and Dad gave up driving […]
Paul Kimo McGregor saved to Bus Yesterday
The “New Look” municipal transit bus was produced from 1958 to 1977 by the Truck and Coach Division of General Motors. It’s commonly referred to as the "Fishbowl" for its six-piece rounded windshield that was later replaced by a two-piece curved pane. The seller acquired the bus from a museum years ago, it has been...
Barn Finds saved to Barn Finds
Converted into B&W in post. No other post processing. Hasselblad 500 C/M. This is NOT HDR. ODC: Your Weather
Dave Paek Photography saved to Hasselblad
This is an incredible double decker bus cottage. It's a 1962 Bristol Lodekka Double Decker Bus turned into a one-of-a-kind rolling tiny home. And amazingly enough, it's available for sale out of Greensboro, North Carolina with
Whit Scott saved to Double Decker Bus Airbnb
We were honored when Roxy asked us to team up with them to promote #Roxyfitness at their Huntington Beach event. Roxy fitness is a global community of girls coming together to exercise their right to have fun, with a 5k run, stand-up paddle boarding and yoga. How good does the Roxy logo look on the
Pictured below is fleet number 1655 – a 1956 GMDD Coach Model TDM 4515 (ser# 0239) and one of 15 (1650 to 1664) delivered to Gray Coach Lines of Toronto, Ontario Canada in May of that year. The TDM 4515 series was basically built on a 45 passenger city transit platform with mechanical shift, and ...
David Dawson saved to Streetcars, Busses, Subway
(first posted 2/26/2016) If you were a user of bus transportation in the ‘50s through early ’60s, both city and over-the-road, you no doubt traveled on several different […]
Arthur Roy saved to Bus Conversions