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Capital Transit White Super Power Motor Coach and PCC Streetcar at Peace Monument (1940s). These buses served nearly every bus line on the system. Washington had nearly 1,000 PCCs.

DC Transit Streetcar at Peace Monument.

Training to operate Capital Transit streetcar (1940s).

Capital Transit (Washington DC) White Super Power Motor Coach (1950s).

DC Transit Streetcar at Peace Monument.

DC Transit PCC at Peace Monument.


TTC TORONTO Flyer Trolley Coach &PCC Streetcar on Bay St.

WMATA/DC Transit White Super Power Motor Coach.

DC Transit PCC #1122 on Pennsylvania Avenue SE.

Capital Transit PCCs on F Street, NW. Woodward & Lothrop department store in background (1940s).

WMA Bus Lines served Washington and southern Prince George's County Maryland. In the late-1960s they replaced their aging fleet of White Motor Coaches with GMC "new look' buses.

train car.. Adventure

The New Year in San Francisco -- 1940s to 1990s

Pierce Transit 246 Tacoma Twin Coach

NYC. Manhattan. Vintage 1940s black & white photograph Fifth Avenue fashion store window display.

White Motor Coach.

DC Transit #1101 on Pennsylvania Avenue, just west of Peace Monument Loop.

Motor coach transport by Boston Public Library, via Flickr

SF MUNI Trolley Coach

January 1962 and signed for the L4 Line to Chevy Chase Center is a 1953 White Motor Company Model 1150 DW (the W meaning wide bodied) and one of 147 delivered originally to Capital Transit. .Powered by Cummins underfloor pancake Diesel engines combined with Spicer 918 torque converters, these forty foot long 102 inch wide coaches were among the very last to see passage through White's assembly lines as all bus production ended for that manufacturer in October of the same year.