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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...


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Transit Museum (TRAMS) (BC) 4852
to NV as M852. renumbered 4852 to collector Rob Brydon, donated to TRAMS. Restored as BCER M852 in 1991 and operated at special events. aka AT06;

59B 99T641014
British Columbia Elec. Ry (BC) M98
ex Vancouver Island Coach Lines Ltd. #? in 1946; retired by 1964; Possibly restored, PHOTO: VPLHPC/27221 (1946)

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Transit Museum (TRAMS) (BC) 63
Teardrop;for many years emergency canteen for Vancouver Fire Dept.; entered service with VFD at #8 firehall: 1951/11/14;restored by BC Transit

C36 2074
Royal Blue Line Tours 645
retired and sold to a private collector. Restored and note_d on display 22-Feb-90; :Last seen in Port Angeles, WA. Owner, Yano Piccoli(WY)

CD52A 17257
Transit Museum (TRAMS) (BC) 3404
dual stream front doors, torque convertor drive, Painted in observation-car theme for "Shopper" service 1/78 Retired by 1981, when "Shopper" ended. So

CD52A 17258
Transit Museum (TRAMS) (BC) 3405
dual stream front doors, torque convertor drive, Painted in observation-car theme for "Shopper" freebus service 1/78 Retired by 1981, when "Shopper" e

E902 E10240 2419
Transit Museum (TRAMS) (BC) 2805
DE, dual stream front bi-fold doors;Owned by CANADA;99/1:Rear ad for 7-11; 99/4: Ex-BCT ;02/06: rereg. fr. 7991NT 05/03:05/03/21: Rear ended by car, m

T44 5280
Transit Museum (TRAMS) (BC) 2040
Trolley coaches used to convert Fraser-Cambie streetcar line in 1947. 2040 restored in 1983 by Brian Kelly (NVTC manager) to Transportation Museum, Cl

T48A 8119
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; BOOK:K/108 PHOTO:BT-50-30 (1955) 2355

T48A 8230
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

T48A 8324
Transit Museum (TRAMS) (BC) 2401
dual stream front bi-fold doors 2401 retired by 1984. Spring 2001: Coach repurchased by CMBC from the former A1 United Auto Parts yard. Now stored at

T48A 8328
Coast Mountain Bus Co. (BC) 2405
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 Sur

T48A 8338
Private (See Notes) 2415
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 Sur

T48A 8339
Transit Museum (TRAMS) (BC) 2416
dual stream front bi-fold doors 2401-2416 retired by 1984 2416-restored by TRAMS and used occasionally on fan trips; Keith Thompson: Sunday Septembe

TDH4512 2277
Transit Museum (TRAMS) (BC) 730
Ex Victoria 730, to UPF 642, retired in 1985 and sold to M.Docherty (PCTC), restored for use as historical display at EXPO 86, and used as Centennial

TDH4517 1036
West Van. Municipal Tpn. (BC) 61
Ex North Vancouver in 1964(+++ needs checking++) Held by Camosun College as mechanics training bus;Restored by WVMTD; About a year after retirement (

TDH4801 261
BC Transit (BC) 719
Nee LATL, used for May, 1955 rail replacements. Passed to SCRTD 6595. To Scaramento RTD 4827. To BTS, (BC Transit, c1/76); Offered for sale by tender



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