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This is the famous Landliner built for Peninsula Bus Lines in 1946 by Roy Weber. It had two Ford V8 engines, one on the front bogie and one in the rear. All controls were hydraulically operated. After meeting operating resistance from most state authorities, including Victoria, it eventually went to the West Australian Government Railways but was eventually converted into a more conventional bus:
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Bowling along in their motor, ca. 1907 : ColorizedHistory
https://flic.kr/p/84N4K9 | Stockton 1950s POSTCARD | Downtown Stockton in the mid 1950s. This postcard view is taken from beside the old courthouse, looking East down Weber Ave. Also visible in this shot are a SMTD bus and the future site of RTD's Downtown Transit Center just beyond.