Motor Coach Age (ISSN 0739-117X) is one of the two Motor Bus Society publications. It takes a historical view of the world of buses, focusing on the history and development of motor coach transit through the years. MCA features often include system maps, photographs of equipment, and thoroughly researched rosters.
Featured in the October-December 1998 Issue Of Motor Coach Age:
Albert Meier and Eli Bail continue the series on regional Greyhound operating companies with Atlantic Greyhound, profiling the operations from southern Ohio and the Virginias as far south as Jacksonville, Florida. In 1960 it was absorbed into the national Greyhound system as part of the Southern Division. Also included are sidebars on East Coast Stages and The Pan American Route.
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