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DART! And some museum buses.

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Excellent job!! Nice shots of those bread box Garbigs! I love the Flx, and the old TMC!!
Thanks!!

 

Wonderful job on those!

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Wow, those older busses = epic win.

 

Nice catches man, especially the "trolly" and "amtrak" right next to each other! :)

 

- Andy

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Wow, those older busses = epic win.

 

Nice catches man, especially the "trolly" and "amtrak" right next to each other! :)

 

- Andy

Thanks!!

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For a second I was thinking of DART in Dallas, Texas, but forgot theres a DART in Delaware.

 

Nice shots, and great catch on that Greyhound Scenicruiser. If you shot it from the other side, you would've ended up with a much better shot.

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For a second I was thinking of DART in Dallas, Texas, but forgot theres a DART in Delaware.

 

Nice shots, and great catch on that Greyhound Scenicruiser. If you shot it from the other side, you would've ended up with a much better shot.

 

Ya, that 5th photo totally gives it away!!!!

 

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Ya, that 5th photo totally gives it away!!!!

 

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Well, when I saw the photos and buses I knew right away it wasn't Dallas DART, and was Delaware DART, title just threw me off for a minute. ;)

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For a second I was thinking of DART in Dallas, Texas, but forgot theres a DART in Delaware.

 

Nice shots, and great catch on that Greyhound Scenicruiser. If you shot it from the other side, you would've ended up with a much better shot.

Thanks!!

 

Nice shots, where did you see those two vintage buses?

 

Thanks!! I seen them in ocean city MD, there at an museum called wheels of yesterday if i recall correctly.

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