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BBC trolleys for Vancouver
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, "Jim" wrote:
"It's unfortunate that one simple decision
made in 1981 (the decision to go with Westinghouse over Brown Boveri)
resulted in the overall cost of these new trolleys (Flyer E901/2) being some
five times that of their replacements."
What utter bullshit.
The BBC trolleys were a non
starter in Vancouver. It was not
a "simple decision". BBC's decision to go prime and tie themselves
Comparison of Modes
Adding up to a cleaner environment
Transit Exchange, July/Aug. 1998
Both trolleys and Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) buses play their part in reducing pollution in the Greater Vancouver region. Along with diesel buses, they make up most of the BC Transit fleet. How do trolleys and CNG buses rate pollution wise? And how does each of these technologies compare in cost? After covering diesel buses in the February issue of Transit Exchange, we now tackle the rest of the fleet.
Trolley buses: in ...
The Unified Provincial Fleet numbering system.
Early in 1975 the Bureau of Transit Services introduced a new numbering system for all transit vehicles
in the various fleets in the provinces. The intent was to assign a permanent number to each unit
regardless of the number actually worn by the vehicle in the system it was assigned to. In addition, the
UPF number would be worn by the vehicle when it was assigned to a Small Communities system.
Since 1994 the UPF number system has been abando...
victoria Victoria Numbering System
Victoria numbering system
BCER's Victoria division operated the first motor bus in the company's fleet in 1922, numbered one.
Twenty-two coaches entered service through the end of World War II, and these were numbered V1-
V22, the letter to differentiate the bus from the mainland "M" series. When the first Brill C36s arrived in
1946, they initially carried a 2 digit number in sequence with earlier coaches; in short order all Victoria
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British Columbia Elec. Ry (BC) M400
Canadian Car/Brill CD36 diesel powered demonstrator, returned to C.C.& F., then to Winnipeg Transit 731
Pacific Stage Lines Ltd. (BC) 6227
ex Pacific Stage Lines 227 (BCER); To Brill Booster Club (BC)
Transit Museum (TRAMS) (BC) 6228
ex Pacific Stage Lines 228 (BCER) ; to Horizon Coach Lines 101 (BC);to TRAMS, Awaiting restoration, EMR: Not running, moderate restoration req'd;
BC Hydro & Power Authority (BC) 2033
Trolley coaches used to convert Fraser-Cambie streetcar line in 1947. 2033 retired 1976. Electrical equipment salvaged for fitting into Flyer E800's (
Metro Transit Operating Co 2257
dual stream front bi-fold doors, seats reduced to 42 in 1954 by
removing most of the double transverse seats on left (driver)
side and replacing t
Metro Transit Operating Co 2355
dual stream front bi-fold doors, ex Saskatoon Transit System
162, shipped on Nov 7-8, 1973, retired by 1983;
PHOTO:BT-50-30 (1955) 2355
Metro Transit Operating Co 2357
dual stream front bi-fold doors, ex Saskatoon Transit System, ex STS 164. Retired by 1983;
shipped 7-8th Nov, 1973
PHOTO:MTN/006C: On old Cambie Brid
Private (See Notes) 2411
dual stream front bi-fold doors; retired by 1984; Spring 2001: Coach repurchased by CMBC from the former A1 United Auto Parts yard. Now stored at Su
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The Brills bearing the 2400 fleet numbers were the last Brill Trolley-coaches delivered to Vancouver. There were only 16 of them. #2416 is preserv