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Yellow Coach Buses

1923-1943 Photo Archive

William Luke


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Established in 1923 as a subsidiary of Yellow Cab Company, Yellow Coach was one of the most important names in the history and development of bus transportation in the United States. Before becoming a division of General Motors in 1943, Yellow Coach's many innovations made buses more comfortable, efficient, and safer.

Look inside for:
Trolley Buses
Intercity and Transit buses
Sales Brochures
Factory Shots

Enthusiast Books, 9781583880548, 128pp.

Publication Date: October 1, 2001

About the Author

William Luke has had a life-long interest in buses. From driving buses and managing a bus company in his early years, Luke founded Bus Ride magazine (one of the premier trade journals of the bus industry) and also founded Buses International Association with members in 22 countries around the world. Now inducted into the American Public Transit Association Hall of Fame, Luke has written countless books and articles for various bus publications. He continues to visit and document bus manufacturers and bus systems all over the world.