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Bus & Motorcoach History:

Alaska, the Yukon, & Northern British Columbia

Pioneer Alaska Bus Companies, 1915-1950

The History of Western Flyer Coach Ltd., 1930-1986

The B.C. Coach Lines Story (1966 article)

The Story of Canadian Coachways (1966 article)

The History of Greyhound in Canada

Greyhound and the Northwest Service Command on the Alaska Highway

Arctic Bus Ride (by Captain Richard Neuberger, U.S. Army, 1943)

Canadian Coachways' Custom "Bruck" Bus-Truck (1943-1967)

Western Canadian Greyhound Ltd. 1944 Alaska Highway Service ad

British Yukon Navigation Company, White Pass & Yukon Route, and Alaska Hyway Tours Bus Service 1945-1970

New Bus Service Opens on Alcan Highway: September 27, 1945

British Yukon Navigation Co. Bus Lines, May 1947

First bus across the Taylor Highway to Dawson: August 20, 1951

Canadian Coachways Limited - 1960 Bus Service Yellow Pages ad

MCI Courier 95, Mayo Taxi and Bus Service

Canadian Coachways Puts 19 New Buses Into Service, 1966

Former Yukon Commissioner Gordon R. Cameron Appointed Coachways Executive (1966)

Northern Stages Ltd. (1967 article)

Motorcoaches Operated by United Trails Inc. (several came to the Yukon with Atlas Tours)

My Life as Motorcoach Driver/Guide in the Yukon and Alaska, 1990-2017 by Murray Lundberg

Other Bus & Motorcoach History

Greyhound Bus Crash - Grand Forks, BC, 1950

The End of Vancouver's Brill Trolley Buses, 1985