In the few years after the 1937 formation of New England Greyhound Lines, certain routes were transferred so that New England Greyhound Lines operated the routes south of Boston, while Eastern Greyhound Lines of New England operated the routes north of Boston.
Subsequently acquired the following companies:
Began operations in 1927, acquired in 1937.
Operated from Boston to Houlton ME primarily via US Hwy. 1.
Began operations in 1932, acquired in 1939.
Operated from Boston to St. Stephen ME primarily via US Hwy. 1.
International Coach Lines
Acquired in 1953.
Operated from Bangor to Montreal.
Eastern Greyhound Lines of New England consolidated in 1950 into New England Greyhound Lines, subsequently consolidated in 1955 into Eastern Division of Greyhound.