Painted red and white; after demonstrating for the TTC it ran for Burley Bus Lines for several months; eventually sold to Chambly Transport.
Demonstrator; no details are available about this bus other than it made one round trip to Owen Sound.
Built as Winnipeg Transit 640 and leased back by Flyer; only operated in school bus service because of its single rear door.
Demonstrator; also operated as GO Transit 1700 before being purchased by the Ontario Ministry of Correctional Services.
OBI demonstrator, painted white with an olive green stripe; used on route 19 Church; sold as Kingston Township Transit 74349.
Demonstrator painted cream with a medium blue stripe. Built as Société des Transports Intercommunaux Bruxellois 8823 and leased by Bombardier (Canadian agent for Van Hool); operated in revenue service on route 39 Finch East during July and August 1986.
Demonstrator painted white with a double blue stripe; delivered to Kingston Transit after operating in revenue service on route 5 Avenue Road.
Acquired June 1st, 1954. 500-series roster numbers were just for accounting purposes, and only 515, 519 and 525 actually had numbers applied. None of these buses were repainted into TTC colours (most didn't even have a crest applied) although a few were operated for almost two years. 1700-series buses were integrated into the regular TTC fleet.
Specialized public transportation for the physically handicapped. Service began in 1979, and was operated by private contractors until taken over by the TTC.
All Mighty-Mites were gasoline-powered, except 712/1712 which ran on diesel fuel.
Assigned to sighseeing service after proving unreliable in highway service.
Equipped with double-width picture windows and roof glass; assigned to sightseeing service during summer months.
2250 painted as Christmas bus, 1985-1986-1987; 2266 to Transit Trainer 266, 1986.
2500-2504 r/n 52500-52504, 1989-1991 while assigned to Grehound Lines' New York City pool service; 2505-2514 to Airporter service.
First vehicles ordered by Gray Coach Lines Inc. (Stagecoach Holdings); first vehicles delivered in Stagecoach white/red/orange/blue paint scheme.
Originally to be 89 units (7300-7388), then increased to 114 (7300-7399, 7500-7513); subsequently reduced to 25 buses.
Low-speed rear axle ratio for steep grades on route 95 York Mills.
8330 equipped with an experimental 8.2 litre V-8 engine.
Last buses delivered in maroon & cream paint; first vehicles factory-painted in new black, white and red paint scheme.
8466-8475 have front "kneeling" feature; 8477-8489 equipped with air conditioning, tinted windows and public address sytem for Gray Line sightseeing service in summer months; delivered with five extra seats (2+2 seating throughout).
Rebuilt from 9020, 1968; converted to E700A and renumbered 9200, 1970.
9144 sent to England in 1967 for construction of a new prototype trolley coach by Robin- Nodwell; after R-N went into bankruptcy in 1968, 9144 was to be rebuilt by Flxible Co (UK) Ltd. by December 1968; body scrapped and parts returned to TTC in 1970.
Joint venture of TTC and Flyer; components used from scrapped class class T-1 to class T-4 & class T-6 coaches, plus 10 class T-44 and class T-44As from Halifax and 12 class T-44s and one set of spare parts from Cornwall Transit.
Painted red and lettered "London Transport", but actually ex-United Counties Omnibus Company; acquired for sightseeing service April 1974 through Omnibus Promotions; unsucessful and authorized for disposal November 1977.
Eastern Coach Works body serial number 14046 Series 2; x-Magic Bus, 1971; x-Bristol Omnibus Company C7176; used in promotional and sightseeing service.
x-3315, 1982; painted in regular TTC colours with "Info Bus" across blanked-out window panel; used as mobile display and information office since spring 1983.
Hoist test vehicle; x-1171; seats removed when converted and ballasted with sand, concrete and scrap metal; remained in regular service colours with the final "1" painted out; retired 1982.
Transit Trainer mobile classroom; x-GCL 2266, 1986; painted white with a red stripe.
Transit Trainer mobile classroom; x-GCL 1820; painted maroon and white, separated by a wide cream stripe running from top front to bottom rear, displayed both TTC and GCL emblems.
Hoist test vehicle; x-2920, 1982; seats removed, rear doors sealed and water ballast tank installed when converted; painted red and cream.
G Gray Coach Lines
AC&F American Car & Foundry Philadelphia PA
AEC Associated Equipment Company Ltd. Southall (London) UK
AER General American Aerocoach Company East Chicago IN
BBC Brown-Boveri Canada CA
BCV Bristol Commercial Vehicles Ltd. Bristol UK
CC&F Canadian Car & Foundry Fort William ON
ECW Eastern Coach Works Lowestoft UK
FIL Flyer Industries Ltd. Winnipeg MB
FLX Flxible Company Loudonville OH
FORD Ford Motor Company Walkerville ON
FTJ Fitzjohn Coach Brantford ON/Muskegon MI
GMC General Motors Corporation Pontiac MI
GMDD General Motors Diesel Division London ON (C series)
St-Eustache QU (M & new series)
LEY Leyland Motors Ltd. Preston UK
M-B Mercedes-Benz Stuttgart-Untertürkheim DE
M-H Marmon-Herrington Cincinati OH/Indianapolis IN
MACK Mack Trucks Inc. Allentown PA
MCI Motor Coach Industries Winnipeg MB
OBI Ontario Bus Industries Mississauga ON
PRE Prevost Car Inc. Ste-Claire QU
RMC Reo Motor Company Leaside ON
RVI Rek-Vee Industries Scarborough ON
THO Thomas Built Buses Hight Point NC
TWIN Twin Coach Company Kent OH
Fort Erie ON (C series)
VH Van Hool N.V. Lier BE
WFC Western Flyer Corp. Winnipeg MB
WMC White Motor Company Cleveland OH
BCL Bluebird Coach Lines Ltd. ON
BBL Barrie Bus Line Barrie ON
BOC Bristol Omnibus Company Bristol UK
CSRy Cincinnati Street Railway Cincinnati OH
CTS Cleveland Transit System Cleveland OH
DBL Danforth Bus Lines East York ON
GOT GO Transit Downsview ON
HBL Hollinger Bus Lines East York ON
KIT Kitchener Transit Kitchener ON
LSR London Street Railway London ON
MB Magic Bus (Stagecoach Inc.) Glasgow UK
MT Mississauga Transit Mississauga ON
OERHA Ontario Electric Railways Historical Association Rockwood ON
OMTC Ontario Ministry of Transportation and Communications ON
OTC Ottawa Transit Commission Ottawa ON
RBL Roseland Bus Lines Weston ON
UCOC United Counties Omnibus Company UK
WYCL West York Coach Lines York ON