Tony Bach Collection

Greyhound Lines in BC
Cariboo and Points North

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Tony Bach Collection
Prince George and Cariboo Area Photos

Tony Bach started in Penticton, BC on June 25, 1945. The first two years he drove Williiams Lake to Prince George. In the spring of 1948 Tony was running Penticton to Kamloops. The highway was flooded in many places, through the valley at Westwold the water was about two feet deep. He was elected secretary/treasurer about 1970 at ATU Div. 1374.
Taken in 1945 Gordon Hill at Boston Bar, BC
December 1950
Not much damage to the Courier 500 coach considering it rolled many times. The man by Buster's wrecker is Gerry Brown, Vancouver District Superintendent.
Prince Coach Lines
Partners: Freddy Baird, Harvey Bradley, Richard Dyck, Jack Foote and Ray Rear
Drivers: John Skinner, Ernie Norman
Georgie Vernon
Tony at Red Rock, south of Prince George, BC Tony at Marguerite, BC Tony at Deep Creek north of Williams Lake, BC
Western Greyhound drivers accident free 1944 Greyhound Lines Bus Time Table

Cariboo Greyhound at 70 Mile House 1944.
Photo by Earl Cahill
Cariboo Greyhound at Clinton circa 1940 Greyhound 500
taken near the bottom of Jackass Mtn 1949.
Photo by Stan Turbid

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