[Kerosene fueled bus.]
[New York City Transfer Ticket]
Eighth Avenue and Central Park West Line - North. May 1, 1959
[Police officers on bus.]
[Interior of a sightseeing bus.]
[Interior of bus.]
[Porter outside the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company office.]
[Passengers boarding a bus.]
[Two public buses.]
[Fifth Avenue Bus #3.]
[Child health poster.]
[Early sightseeing bus.]
[Sight seeing bus.]
[Side view of bus with passengers.]
Interior Upper Deck of the New Double Deck Car Now in Operation on Broadway
Riverside Drive, New York.
Naked City [Bus driver.]
[Snowstorm, Madison Ave. and 96th St.]
View of cars and a bus on the street in the snow at 96th St. and Madison Ave. A pedestrian is visible...
[114 Delancey Street]
Reflections, E 42nd St.
Fifth Avenue Coach at Madison Square Park
View of Madison Square showing construction and the 5th Ave. omnibus loaded with passengers.
Greyhound-Line Bus with colored drawing of World's Fair emblem
Surface Transit, Inc.
125th Street Crosstown Line. March 31, 1959
9th Avenue and Amsterdam Avenue Line - North New York City Omnibus CorporationJuly 9, 1958#A004582
For Our Customers - A New Year's Resolution
New York City Transit Authority Monthly Ticket - Elementary School
Issued to Alan Temes in April 1964.
January 1994. $1.25
[Metropolitan Transit Authority.]
Broadway and Bowling Green [Broadway (General) to Broadway and Exchange Place.]
J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook.
[People riding a bus.]
[Group of people riding in a vehicle.]
Copy of an earlier photograph dated between 1865 and 1894.
St. Nicholas Avenue and West 147th Street.
Image from Transit System Survey.
[Group portrait of passengers on an observation automobile.]
[Debut run of the Broadway Theatre Express bus.]
[Buses at the 42nd Street Motor Coach Terminal in the Chanin Building.]
[Baltimore & Ohio train connection buses.]
[East 23rd Street.]
A group of motorcyclists, all with refrigerators labeled with Rex Cole Inc. in the sidecars drive down...
[East 42nd Street looking west from 1st Avenue.]
[East 42nd Street looking east from 2nd Avenue.]
[Western Union Building, 5th Avenue and 23rd Street.]
[5th Avenue and 34th Street.]
[Broadway at 71st Street, looking north.]
[Broadway and 72nd Street.]
Tilton & McFarland's Salmandar Safes; All Kind of Omnibuses Manufactured by John Stephenson, New-York.
Date of assignment August-September 1950.
"I don't know, somehow that's not the way I pictured it."
Electric Sound Truck
Bus: West 23rd Street [Variant]