Rollsigns from Terre Haute, IN
This mylar rollsign set was designed for one of
Terre Haute's former Skillcraft buses The front
sign (left) is dated December 19, 1983, while
the side sign is dated January 23, 1984.

Each sign has 20 exposures. Their respective
sign tags are shown here.
SKILLCRAFT TERRE HAUTE IND.
P.O. 3133
D-2400-MA
SINGLE FRONT
12-19-83 TRANSIGN
SKILLCRAFT
TERRE HAUTE, IND.
P.O. 3133
D-1825-MA SGL. SIDE
1/23/84 TRANSIGN
Terre Haute Transit Skillcraft bus #707 is seen
lined up with others at the old downtown Terre
Haute bus terminal on the northeast corner of N.
5th Street and Wabash Avenue in July of 1987. This
is the type of bus that would have housed these
signs. All of these buses have since been retired.
In addition, this old terminal was town down and
the property redeveloped in 2015.

(Photo by Mel Bernero, from the collection of
James Roach-Willman. Used with permission.)
This mylar rollsign set was removed from retired Terre
Haute Transit Ford E450 #39. The front sign (left) has
15 exposures. The side sign (right) has 13 exposures.
Neither sign has a print date, but the side sign is older
than the front sign based off the exposure listings.
Retired Terre Haute Transit Ford E450 bus #39, the bus these
two blue print rollsigns came from, is shown as it was discovered
at a scrap yard in west central Indiana on March 14, 2016.
Both the front and side rollsign fixtures are the same width, so any
sign designed for this bus could be either a front or a side one.
Retired Terre Haute Transit Ford E450 bus #35, still displaying the
window sticker route name seen above, is shown as it was discovered
at a scrap yard in west central Indiana on March 14, 2016.
This front destination sign window with the
"Camups Express" route name came off of retired
Terre Haute Transit Ford E450 bus #35. This bus
was delegated to that route up until its retirement.