trolley coach


trolley coach
[ʹtrɒlıkəʋtʃ]
троллейбус

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  • trolley coach — noun a passenger bus with an electric motor that draws power from overhead wires • Syn: ↑trolleybus, ↑trackless trolley • Hypernyms: ↑bus, ↑autobus, ↑coach, ↑charabanc, ↑double decker, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • trolley bus — a passenger bus operating on tires and having an electric motor that draws power from overhead wires. Also called trackless trolley, trolley coach. [1910 15] * * * …   Universalium

  • trolley bus — a passenger bus operating on tires and having an electric motor that draws power from overhead wires. Also called trackless trolley, trolley coach. [1910 15] …   Useful english dictionary

  • Coach (bus) — This article is about motor vehicles used to carry passenger on longer road journeys. For horse drawn carriages, see Coach (carriage). For a railway carriage, see Passenger car (rail). For passenger vehicles used on shorter journeys, see bus. For …   Wikipedia

  • Coach Canada — Parent Stagecoach Group Founded 1999 He …   Wikipedia

  • trackless trolley — noun a passenger bus with an electric motor that draws power from overhead wires • Syn: ↑trolleybus, ↑trolley coach • Hypernyms: ↑bus, ↑autobus, ↑coach, ↑charabanc, ↑double decker, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • Chicago Trolley Company — The Chicago Trolley and Double Decker Company, simply called Chicago Trolley Co., is a bus tour service based in Chicago, Illinois, United States. It is the largest tour operator in the Chicago area, with a fleet of 45 double decker buses and… …   Wikipedia

  • Toronto buses and trolley buses — Bus service in Toronto, Canada, started in 1921. There were a few independent bus operators that continued to provide inter urban bus services: * Hollinger Bus Lines (East York 1921 1954) * Danforth Bus Lines (North Toronto King City 1926 1954) * …   Wikipedia

  • British Rail coach designations — The London, Midland and Scottish Railway and the London and North Eastern Railway both developed a system of identifying railway carriages by means of alphabetic codes. When British Railways was formed in 1948, it decided to adopt the former LNER …   Wikipedia

  • Fifth Avenue Coach Company and Surface Transit — operated bus routes on Manhattan until it went bankrupt in 1962.The Fifth Avenue Coach Company was privately operated and the Surface Transportation Company was the successor company to bus and trolley routes of the Third Avenue Railway System… …   Wikipedia

  • Twin Coach — was a new company formed by the Fageol brothers when they left the Fageol Motor Company in 1927. They established the company in Kent, Ohio, to manufacture and sell buses with a new concept design. The body structure of this new bus was unique in …   Wikipedia


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