railroad graveyard,,linea muerta de ferrocarril,,
after all thanks to the security personnel who grant me took some pictures,
sad about the history is restricted to the public, privated properity no
open to the public, last pics was takend at the rr museum at snoqualmie wa,
GMC BUS TRANS SWAP PART IV TEST DRIVE!
Allison AT545 to Eaton Fuller FS6306.
"My bittersweet journey of converting an automatic bus to a manual
Does it work ok?
1960 GMC 4104 Bus Conversion for Sale 29K Rebuilt engine turnkey SOLD
This gorgeous bus has been tenderly restored from the bottom up. HISTORY
VIA exodusbus ... 4104 4968 was delivered to the (privately owned) San
Diego Transit System along with #4967. These two 1960s joined about five
other charter coaches there. When in 1967 the private company's assets
were taken over by the (public) San Diego Transit Corporation, Chuck Ruane
of Goodall's Bus Service in San Diego sued, or threatened to sue, SDTC,
claiming that public entities were forbidden to maintain charter fleets.
There was a settlement, and SDTC divested themselves of their charter
coaches - I think six 4104s bought new and one 4106 obtained used.New paint
in 2011 with a brand new Onan Quiet Diesel 8000 Generator. Rebult engine
with new radiator and generator. Wiring all original and and works
perfect. @ new A/C units on top and new awnings. Tires on alcoa rims are
very good. Rust free and starts right up as you can hear. The interior
has a new microwave. 5.1 surround sound system with 5 speakers up front
and two remote in rear. Highest quality speakers and system. Ice Box
works off propane, 12V or 110. All appliances work perfect. The bed is
new. Chairs and couches all reupholstered in 2011. The bus drives great
down the road. No power steering but not bad since the gearing is such to
make it steer easily when rolling. Hope you like my update to my old
PD4905 Ex Chenango/ Short Line Buffalo
This is an Ex- Short Line/ Chenango PD 4905 "Buffalo". The body of this bus
is in great shape. The inside needed to be cleaned out. But needless to say
a piece of Tri State History. Enjoy.