OBSCURE SUBURBAN/INTERURBAN BUS LINES

TEXAS (OUTSIDE MAJOR CITIES)

Mostly a sampling of bus companies listed in the 1952 Mass Transportation's Directory.

Additional bus companies, listed as existing during 1930's, are mentioned in the WPA American Guide Series of state guidebooks.


AUSTIN AREA

Robinson Bros. Bus Lines - existed in 1930's, served Austin.


NORTHEAST TEXAS

Carthage-Marshall Bus Line - served Carthage and Marshall.

Marshall-Caddo Lake Bus Line - served Marshall to Karnack.

Cherokee Motor Coaches - served Palestine, Rusk, Jacksonville, Henderson, Cushing, Nacogdoches.

Gladewater Bus Co. - served Gladewater and Longview.

Lone River Bus Co. - suburban served Texarkana, Maud, New Boston, Red River Ordnance Depot.


EAGLE PASS AREA

Orange Belt Bus Line - served Eagle Pass to Dilley.


FORT STOCKTON AREA

Borderland Stages - served Fort Stockton, Borderland, Sanderson.

Stockton-Monahans Bus Line - served Fort Stockton, Imperial, Grandfalls, Monahans.


WICHITA FALLS AREA

Lynn Way Stages - existed in 1930's.


OBSCURE INTERCITY BUS COMPANIES

Bus companies operating over longer distances than the above suburban and interurban companies, but not listed in the Russell's Guide.

Blue Bonnet Motor Coaches - intercity served Cameron to El Campo, Austin to Corpus Christi and intermediate points.

East Texas Motor Coaches - intercity served Huntsville, Livingston, Jasper, Deridder LA.

Lee Way Stages - existed in 1930's, operated between Amarillo and Albuquerque, may have been sold to Santa Fe Trail Stages.

Sabine-Neches Stages - existed in 1930's, operated between Houston, Beaumont and Port Arthur, and points east.


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