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GrayHound and Bolt bus have how many different types of MCI's ?...PIC's Please

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Interesting you bring this up. I'm doing a great post on Greyhound, and how they founded MCI, and TMC. One of the best stories less told.:tup:

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I am not good with bus fleets but here are Greyhound Bus pictures I took.

When MegaBus was taking rest break and right next to Greyhound and got trouble with Greyhound B/O for taking pic of his bus.

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Back to Manhattan

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Greyhound by MJQ Depot

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New/Old Greyhound around PABT

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What bus is this?

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Some Canadian Greyhounds:

MCI MC-9

Greyhound_706.jpg

 

MCI MC-9 Special

Greyhound_905.jpg

 

MCI 96A3

Greyhound_796.jpg

 

MCI 102B3 (ex-Gray Coach)

Greyhound_2550.jpg

 

MCI 102C3

Greyhound_956.jpg

 

MCI 102DL3

Greyhound986.jpg

 

Prevost H3-40 (Grey Goose)

Greyhound_Canada_240-a.jpg

 

Prevost H3-45

Greyhound_Canada_993.jpg

 

MCI 102EL3

Greyhound_Canada_1091-a.jpg

 

MCI D4500

Greyhound_Canada_1334-b.jpg

 

MCI G4500

Greyhound_1187.jpg

 

MCI D4505

Greyhound_Canada_1288-a.jpg

 

MCI MC-12 (ex-USA)

Greyhound_Canada_8011-a.jpg

 

Prevost X3-45 (USA, can be seen on Canadian trips)

Greyhound_USA_86013-a.jpg

 

MCI D4500 refurb (USA, temporarily running in Canada)

Greyhound_USA_6912-a.jpg

 

All photos linked from the CPTDB Wiki. Copyright belongs to the original photographers.

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Canada is not playing around with that Mix I just saw:tup::tup:

Grey Goose Is Something huh ,I've never seen that before but it was that older style Prevost that caught my eye:tup:

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Canada is not playing around with that Mix I just saw:tup::tup:

Grey Goose Is Something huh ,I've never seen that before but it was that older style Prevost that caught my eye:tup:

 

Greyhound Canada is very much a mix of equipment. Everything after and including the 102C3s (minus the H3-40) are still spotted in service up there.

 

Grey Goose was a company bought by Greyhound and run as a subsidiary. The same is true for Voyageur and PMCL.

 

This is a Grey Goose DL3 in Greyhound livery

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Grey Goose Bus Lines 244 by standardcanuck, on Flickr

 

A Voyageur H3-45 (ex-Hotard) in Greyhound livery

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An older Voyageur H3-45 still in Voyageur livery

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A PMCL C3 in Greyhound livery without the swish

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A PMCL C3 still in old livery, since redone

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Photo by: Alex Lee

 

Cha-Co Trails was another company acquired by Greyhound

 

An EL3 in Greyhound livery

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Several former Cha-Co MCI DL3s are still in their original coloful livery

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From: CPTDB Wiki

 

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From: CPTDB Wiki

 

Some coaches were shuffled around and it's not uncomon to see a former Cha-Co bus with Voyageur lettering or a former PMCL bus with Cha-Co lettering. These companies later only existed legally and Greyhound abandoned trying to reletter coaches.

 

One Grey Goose DL3 was refurbished and painted in the new Greyhound livery with Greyhound lettering. A sign that everything is just known as Greyhound.

 

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ex-Grey Goose 251 by highfloorheaven, on Flickr

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Some Canadian Greyhounds:

MCI MC-9

Greyhound_706.jpg

 

MCI MC-9 Special

Greyhound_905.jpg

 

MCI 96A3

Greyhound_796.jpg

 

MCI 102B3 (ex-Gray Coach)

Greyhound_2550.jpg

 

MCI 102C3

Greyhound_956.jpg

 

MCI 102DL3

Greyhound986.jpg

 

Prevost H3-40 (Grey Goose)

Greyhound_Canada_240-a.jpg

 

Prevost H3-45

Greyhound_Canada_993.jpg

 

MCI 102EL3

Greyhound_Canada_1091-a.jpg

 

MCI D4500

Greyhound_Canada_1334-b.jpg

 

MCI G4500

Greyhound_1187.jpg

 

MCI D4505

Greyhound_Canada_1288-a.jpg

 

MCI MC-12 (ex-USA)

Greyhound_Canada_8011-a.jpg

 

Prevost X3-45 (USA, can be seen on Canadian trips)

Greyhound_USA_86013-a.jpg

 

MCI D4500 refurb (USA, temporarily running in Canada)

Greyhound_USA_6912-a.jpg

 

All photos linked from the CPTDB Wiki. Copyright belongs to the original photographers.

dude thats a prevost

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Some Canadian Greyhounds:

MCI MC-9

Greyhound_706.jpg

 

MCI MC-9 Special

Greyhound_905.jpg

 

MCI 96A3

Greyhound_796.jpg

 

MCI 102B3 (ex-Gray Coach)

Greyhound_2550.jpg

 

MCI 102C3

Greyhound_956.jpg

 

MCI 102DL3

Greyhound986.jpg

 

Prevost H3-40 (Grey Goose)

Greyhound_Canada_240-a.jpg

 

Prevost H3-45

Greyhound_Canada_993.jpg

 

MCI 102EL3

Greyhound_Canada_1091-a.jpg

 

MCI D4500

Greyhound_Canada_1334-b.jpg

 

MCI G4500

Greyhound_1187.jpg

 

MCI D4505

Greyhound_Canada_1288-a.jpg

 

MCI MC-12 (ex-USA)

Greyhound_Canada_8011-a.jpg

 

Prevost X3-45 (USA, can be seen on Canadian trips)

Greyhound_USA_86013-a.jpg

 

MCI D4500 refurb (USA, temporarily running in Canada)

Greyhound_USA_6912-a.jpg

 

All photos linked from the CPTDB Wiki. Copyright belongs to the original photographers.

dude thats a prevost

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