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A Brief Look At Eastshore Lines' Bus Fleet Over The Years

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When Eastshore was in Berkeley back in 1947 #99, Yellow Coach PD2901, in Berkeley yard circa 1950, Eastshore's first diesel A charter operator poses in Golden Gate Park, circa 1951 #422 (not an ESL coach) last ran under it's own power in 1986 across the Bay Bridge to its present home in Oakland CA. It was restored by Eddie Hansen and was stored by Eastshore for many years.
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Eastshore's #303 in San Francisco CA #305, a GM PD4104, at Stanford University, Palo Alto CA circa 1961. Eastshore's first new "Parlor Car" #408, a GM TD-4506, (ex-US Navy) on charter in Berkeley CA in June of 1960 #427, GM TDH4507, (ex-Los Angeles MTA #6965) on charter in Pacifica CA in 1966
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#454, GM T7H-203 (ex-Santa Clara VTA #1140) at Oakland AMTRAK Station in 1995. Converted to suburban configuration with 45 forward facing seats and single door Two coaches pause in 1964 for some pictures Eastshore 417, a GM SDM5301 at the San Francisco yard Eastshore's coach 1921 (ex-Moline City Lines 3001). This coach was used for school charters and occaisional shuttle work.  
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#442, A GM SDM4501 at the San Francisco yard #314, A GM PD4104 in San Francisco

Richard Silagi Photo

#461, A GM SDM5302 at the San Francisco International Airport in 1978

Richard Silagi Photo

1966 MC-5A demo purchased by Eastshore seen at Yosemite National Park
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The last parlor type coach built by GM delivered to Eastshore in 1980 One of three Prevost Le Mirage coaches operated by Eastshore in the 80's and 90's A GM PD 4903 rebuilt for Eastshore with large picture windows for tours along with a second PD 4903 #365

SOUTHSHORE LINES, Subsidiary of Eastshore Lines

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Southshore #2021. This coach has a manual transmission and still is capable of 70mph Southshore #2001, GM PDA4101 (ex-Los Angeles MTA #2001, ex-Eastshore Lines #351) circa 1966 Southshore #2105, Flxible VL-100 (ex-Continental Trailways), on charter in Half Moon Bay CA in 1967

This page updated on December 16, 2007

 

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