INTERCITY BUS COMPANIES

NEW ENGLAND GREYHOUND LINES

Incorporated in 1937.

Subsequently acquired the following companies:

New England Transportation Co.
Formed 1925 as a subsidiary of New York New Haven & Hartford Railroad.
Acquired in 1939, long distance routes only.

Operated from New York to Boston via shore line route.

Berkshire Motor Coach Lines
Acquired in 1939, was a subsidiary of New England Transportation Co.

Operated from New York to Boston via inland route.

Victoria Coach Line
Acquired in 1939, was a subsidiary of New England Transportation Co.

Operated from New York to Boston via inland route.

Old Colony Coach Lines
Began operations 1930, acquired in 1939.

Operated throughout New York and New England.

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.

From 1939 to 1950, New York New Haven & Hartford Railroad had partial ownership.

New England Greyhound Lines consolidated in 1955 into Eastern Division of Greyhound.


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