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Coast Mountain Bus articulated buses

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Coast Mountain Bus Company articulated buses
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Coast Mountain Bus New Flyer D60 articulated bus 3009
By August 2007 these New Flyer D60 artics were becoming rare creatures in Coast Mountain Bus fleet, particularly on downtown routes where 3009 is seen.
 
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Coast Mountain Bus New Flyer D60LF articulated bus B8045
Most of the New Flyer D60LF artics were in a special livery for the B-Line rapid transit services, but, following the introduction of the new Canada Line rail service to the airport, the pioneering 98 B-Line was withdrawn. New Flyer B8045 is seen downtown in August 2009 shortly after Canada Line opened.
 
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Coast Mountain Bus New Flyer D60LF artic R8093
New Flyer D60LF R8093 is seen two years earlier on the 98 B-Line and thus unusual in not being in the special B-Line livery.
 
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Coast Mountain Bus New Flyer D60LF articulated bus P8093
By August 2009 8093 had been stripped of its livery and transferred to Port Coquitlam (P) depot from Richmond (R). It is seen at the Tsawwassen Ferry Terminal doing a duplicate run on the 620 to Bridgeport Station on the Canada Line. This is some way from Coquitlam, but it is not known if the bus was on loan from Coquitlam depot or a Coquitlam bus and crew were deployed for the duplicate run.
 
Coast Mountain Bus New Flyer D60LF articulated bus R8090
A second "White Lady", Richmond based R8090, at work downtown in 2009 and seen with Big Bus 419, an Alexander bodied Fleetline, possibly ex Alexander (Midland) on the city tour.
 
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