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Acadian Lines 113 at Antigonish, Nova Scotia - 7 Sep 1992 (Ref 174-06)

Acadian Lines 113 at Antigonish, Nova Scotia - 7 Sep 1992 (Ref 174-06)
Monday 7 September 1992 (Labour Day) (approx 1150) – Acadian Lines 113 had departed from the company’s terminal at 53 James Street, Antigonish a couple of minutes earlier and was now seen heading along Highway 104 bound for Halifax. This photograph was taken from the loading ramp at the terminal building. On leaving the terminal westbound coaches could not make a left turn which would give them almost immediate access to Highway 104 but had instead to make a right turn and travel eastbound along James Street to reach West Street. They then turned right into West Street (to travel southbound) and then, at junction number 32 they would turn right onto Highway 104 which took them past the side of the terminal. Highway 104 is part of the Trans-Canada Highway in this area. Coach 113 was a 1989 MCI MC9 Crusader and today was one a pair working the 0730 Sydney to Halifax trip today. (174-06)

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