|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.
|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
|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
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|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.
|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 00 exposures. The
first exposure "FAIRFIELD-TRAVIS"
was painted on at a later date from
the rest of the sign.