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Motor Coach Age generally features one in-depth history of a transit operation in each quarterly journal, including historical photographs and painstakingly researched rosters. Your membership in MBS makes continued publication of Motor Coach Age possible.

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Editor - Eli Bail 

Associate Editor - Richard Silagi

Technical Editor - Gerald L. Squier

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Albert E. Meier

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NEXT ISSUE OF MOTOR COACH AGE

April - June 2016 

Featured in this issue:

Gibson Lines:  by William D. Bourne

The April-June issue of Motor Coach Age features the history of Sacramento-based Gibson Lines. 

From one line in the Sacramento River Delta, Gibson expanded east to Reno, north to Chico and west to San Francisco. Competition ranged from riverboats and railroads to interurban electric lines and intercity bus operators, yet the enterprise survived for over a half century. It proves to be an interesting ride.

Issue mailed to members:  Mid Summer 2016

 

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