Rollsigns from Greyhound Bus Lines
U.S.A - Canada
This mylar "Eastern" USA rollsign was retrieved from Charter Bus Lines MCI MC-9 #0089, formerly Greyhound #5329. It is dated
January 18, 1980. It has 143 exposures. The image if this sign has been drawn virtually perfect to scale. It's sign tag is seen below.
GREYHOUND LINES,INC. EASTERN
P.O. 290216
1-18-80
TRANSIGN
Retired Charter Bus Lines
September 1980 built MCI MC-9
#0089 (Serial #3222, Unit
#T5/5-2353), which was formerly
Greyhound #5329, is seen at a
scrap yard in the Chicago area on
August 31, 2016 This was the
vehicle that housed this rollsign.
This linen rollsign was recovered from the
Greyhound 'Scenicruiser' (GMC PD-4501)
seen in the photograph below. Based off the
handwritten notes from when it was made, it
is dated June 22, 1964, is from either bus
#5560 or #5458, and is possibly from a Los
Angeles based garage. The notes are shown in
the pictures below. The sign has 19 exposures.
<= When printed, they accidentally misspelled
"EXPRESS"
Images of the handwritten notes
at the end of the rollsign.
This Greyhound GMC PD-4501 'Scenicruiser', still displaying the
rollsign shown here, is seen parked at a residence on West 3rd St. /
US-35, west of Dayton, Ohio.
Photographed on March 20, 2012.
5 4 5 8
B U S   5 5 6 0
P O O L   2 5 5
N O . L A .
J U N E   2 2 - 6 4
A . W . @
This mylar "Master" rollsign was retrieved from MCI 102A3 #2875. It is dated December 18, 1985. It has
143 exposures. The image if this sign has been drawn virtually perfect to scale. It's sign tag is seen below.
TMC-GREYHOUND
P.O. B120172
N-SC-P6002
SGL. FRT.
12/18/85 TRANSIGN
Retired Greyhound Bus Lines MCI
102A3 #2875 is seen at a refurbishing
and scrap yard, on W. 9th Ave. beside
the State Rd. 912 / Cline Ave.
expressway (west of Colfax St., north
of 15th Ave.) in Gary, Indiana, March
17, 2009. This was the vehicle that
housed this rollsign.
This linen "Western" USA
rollsign was donated to
Rollsign Gallery by John
McDonnell.
The rollsign has
no print date. It has 44
exposures. The first exposure
"FAIRFIELD-TRAVIS" was
painted on at a later date
from the rest of the sign.
This linen rollsign was recovered from the retired
Greyhound GMC PD-4103 bus seen below the
image. The sign is dated March 20, 1952 and has
24 exposures. The sign itself is from the former
Texas, New Mexico and Oklahoma Coaches.

Founded in 1939, the Texas, New Mexico and
Oklahoma Coaches (TNM&O) company had
transfer and through service arrangements with
Greyhound. (Greyhound had a similar arrangement
with Carlsbad Cavern Coaches Inc.) In the mid
1960s, after an inquiry by the Interstate Commerce
Commission, Greyhound was permitted to take
over the services provided by TNM&O.

With historic info summarized from the ICC
records on Google Books. Click or tap the
link above to read the full report. Opens in a new window.
This Greyhound GMC PD-4501 'Scenicruiser', still displaying the
rollsign shown here, is seen parked at a residence on West 3rd St. /
US-35, west of Dayton, Ohio.
Photographed on March 20, 2012.
The hand written note on the lower end of the rollsign:
" S.O.141730-31  New Mexico Transp. Co. Inc.  TS. 5422C "
The manufacturer's stamp at the
beginning of the rollsign.
The mirror image manufacturer's production
tag printed as the last exposure on the
rollsign, seen reversed.
This is the only
Hunter rollsign in the collection that has this.