Buses ARNA Norway

Bussen ARNA, een bus uit Noorwegen

Arna Scania-Vabis-Moerebil-hh
Arna Mercedes-RE80234

Op naar Scandinavië vandaag. Opnieuw een busmerk waarik tot ik naar bussen ging zoeken nog nooit van gehoord had. We komen in Noorwegen, specifieker in Bergen, bij de fabriek van ARNA. Ze maken het Chassis en de opbouw, maar voor de motor gebruiken ze veelvuldig motoren uit Zweden Volvo en Scania Vabis, Duitsland Mercedes Büssing en Man, Nederland DAF, en je ziet er een doodenkele uitgerust met een Renault Motor. Hoe ik ook zoek, ik kan geen LOGO vinden.
Dan doen we het maar gewoon met bussen toch.

Bezoek ook eens het andere blog van Hot en Rose: the Family Hotrose op:
http://familyhotrose.blogspot.com

Arna 149 Scania Vabis B62 O-666 1954
Arna 1984 Litouwen
ARNA Volvo-AurlandKommunaleRutebilar-hh
Arna 1998 Talinn Estland
Arna Comet 330-350 – tur-langrutebuss 1996
ARNA DAF E-5443 TB-1971-510
Arna DAF-SR40734a combi bus truck
Arna Man-SP64664bs
Arna DAF-Romerrikebusstrafikk-hh
Arna Scania 631 Flaskebekk-krysset hh
Arna Mercedes 1990 Vilnius Litouwen
Arna Volvo-SN84100b
Arna Scania 1967
ARNA DAF-SR36904b Combi Bus Truck
Arna ZF10539af
Arna Renault-SP64949b
Arna Volvo-SP61334a
ARNA MAN-SR60706a
Arna Mercedes -DC36484asoml
Arna Volvo B10M Leddbuss met nr.740
Arna Lagune (1989) Palanga Litouwen
Arna Mercedes-SP45237a
Arna DAF-SR51110a
Arna Mercedes-JU33410a

Buses BÜSSING Germany II

 

Bussen BÜSSING Duitsland II

We zijn tot de tweede wereldoorlog gekomen als we aan het 2e deel beginnen. Er zijn werkelijk ongelooflijk veel soorten Büssings gemaakt.

Büssing 2
Büssing – 1959
Büssing 24 plazas de ATESA
Büssing 4000 T carr. ZABO [1952] NB-52-64 NL

Büssing 4000 T Reisebus (Auwärter-Aufbau) 1954

Büssing 4500 Ta Helsinki

Büssing 4500 Ta Helsinki Finland

Büssing 5000 TU 1951 D + Anhänger D

Büssing 4500T (bus 14) Scheveningen NL

Büssing 4500 T D

Büssing 5000 TU Reisebus (Trambus
Unterflur) 1949 D

Büssing 5000 TU Nr. 51 am Brückenkopf, Juli 1955 D

Büssing autobus Koenigsberg D

Büssing B ZU 629H D

Büssing D

Büssing Deutsche Bahnbus

Büssing Berliner-verkehrsbetriebe-bvg-2219 D

Büssing BS 110 V Linienbus (Informations-Bus) D

Büssing BS 110 V Linienbus (Ausstellungswagen) 1968

Büssing BS 110 V Linienbus u D

Büssing bus voor de EBAD 1952 NL

BÜSSING BS 110 V-SL 1957 D

Büssing BS 110 V-SL  1972 D

Büssing D2U 64 Doppeldecker 1951 D

Büssing Doppelstockbus Berlin D

Büssing DE 72, Baujahr 1973, BVG B-Z
2437H, Berlin Philharmonie

Büssing D2

Büssing Doppelstockbus Nr. 601

Büssing Doppelstöcker-Oldtimer Büssing
mit Baujahr 1972

Büssing Emmelmann 12 Ü 210 – R 15 Bahn-Reisebus

Büssing Eindecker der HHA (Hamburg)

Büssing E2U 1964 D

Büssing Emmelmann 4500T 5391cc 6cyl 1955

Büssing Emmelmann 14 RU 11 D, Wagen 311 der Stadtwerke Münster

Büssing Emmelmann 4500T 1958 D

Büssing Jonckheere AB-14-88 NL BAK

Büssing NAG fiatvin

Büssing Omnibus in Originallackierung der
Braunschweigischen Verkehrsbetriebe in den 50er Jahren

Büssing Omnibus, Frankfurt

Büssing Omnibus in Originallackierung
der Braunschweigischen

Büssing Präfekt 13 D

Büssing Präfekt 13D

Büssing Präfekt Linienbus Wuppertaler
Stadtwerke WSW 1964

Büssing-NAG-Zug des VEB Kraftverkehr Karl-Marx-Stadt

Büssing-NAG 500 LD6-DAB 1938) mit Anhänger
Nr. A abbusanhnger1950 D

DB Bussing 5000TU NL

Büssing-Bus 80 fährt nach Neuenkirchen D

Büssing 12000 T vom Baujahr 1952

VK-BÜSSING SENATOR 1965

Büssing Senator Verbund-Aero 1,5 Deck D

Büssing-NAG, do tipo 500T, 1948

Büssing-Emmelmann Präfekt 15 Reisebus 1966 D

Büssing-Ludewig Senator Verbund Eineinhalbdecker
Stadtwerke Braunschweig 1965 D

Büssing-lu-11-16-Commodore D

Büssing-Emmelmann-BSE120GT-Reiseb-Satruper-Reiter

Büssing Senator 15

Büssing-Bus Nr. 43 (Typ 6000T)
mit Elzer Aufbau D

BÜSSING Senator Stadtbusse

Büssing im Bild

Bussen Büssing-ld5-06 Australië

Büssing-tu-11-06

Büssing-senator

Büssing-Trambusses 6000 T

Büssing 9F96 in Suriname

Büssing BS120v-n

BüSSING 2a 1970 Globus Reisen Bonn

Büssing DD BS110 EC1967

Büssing Emmelmann 6500T Emmelmann Reise Aufbau 1956

BÜSSING Reisebusse Ad

Büssing Reisebusse

Buses BÜSSING Germany I

Bussen BÜSSING Duitsland I

BÜSSING mit der Braunschweiger Löwe

Vandaag mijn 99ste blog over bussen. Ook vandaag nog steeds een Bus uit de B catergorie, of liever gezegd uit de B als 2e letter uit het alfabet. Waar dit ooit gaat eindigen ik weet het niet, en ik denk ook dat ik het niet wil weten.
Vandaag een bus met een enorm aantal afbeeldingen BÜSSING uit Duitsland, Germany, Deutschland.
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/B%C3%BCssing_AG

Büssing eerste Liniënbus Model 1904
Büssing – 1905

Büssing Verwey & Lugard van 1913 tot 1923 vrachtwagen

Büssing Braunschweig 2V 1918

Büssing double-deck – 1914

Büssing 1922 busserie2, Braunschweig(D)
(via A. Beers, ‘s-Gravenhage) – Lange & Gützeit

Bussen Büssing-Krupp-Man Bus

Büssing B-7571 1924 Joure Niederlande

Büssing NAG bus Vierkanter 1925

Büssing omnibus Baydekarte 1925

Büssing bus ReichsPost 1926

Büssing Double-Decker – 1927

Büssing III GL Aufbau Rembrandt Delmenhorst Z 1928

Büssing VI GL with PULS gearbox, approx. 1930
Hamburger Hochbahn

Büssing Rheinbahn Museumswagen 1927

Büssing – NAG tipo 300 – 1932

Büssing ili krupp bus Berlin Z 1932

Büssing Doppel Deckers-d2-01

Büssing Doppel Decker -d3-01 1933

Büssing Rusland

Büssing, Nag. 3080 cc, 65 horsepower Madrid 1935

Büssing-Baydekarte 1936

Büssing-ld5-01

Büssing-Bus vor der Abfahrt nach Schildow

BÜSSING-Bus OS

Büssing–NAG Bi-motor concept art 1935

Büssing-Nag Burglöwe 1935 Spanje

Büssing-NAG  model bus, 1936

Büssing 5000 tu België

Büssing-8572

Büssing NAG 1935 Aerodynamisch

Bussing Nag – 375 N – 1936

Büssing Nag bus 1936

Büssing NAG 900 N Baujahr 1938

Büssing omnibus Baydekarte 1939

Büssing NAG 305TV – Verheul, Waddinxveen 1940

Büssing EDO X 1939

Büssing Nag Omnibus
Burglöwe

Büssing polizeibusse 1938

Büssing NAG 1940’s

Büssing NAG bus

Buses GILLIG Hayward Californië USA

Buses GILLIG Hayward Californië USA

Gillig Corporation

History

Gillig headquarters in Hayward
In 1890, Jacob Gillig opened a carriage and wagon shop in San Francisco, California, and was joined by his son Leo in 1896. The original shop was destroyed in the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, but reopened as the Leo Gillig Automobile Works manufacturing automobile, hearse, truck, and bus bodies.
In 1920, Leo’s brother Chester Gillig joined the company and introduced and patented the “California Top” roof construction style consisting of a hard-top roof and sliding windows. The company’s name was changed at this time as well to Gillig Bros. In the late 1920s, Gillig starting producing pleasure boats and heavy trucks, and produced their first school bus in 1932. In 1937, Gillig introduced their first transit-style (flat front) school bus, and in 1938 the company moved to Hayward, CA. In 1957, Gillig purchased Pacific Bus division of Kenworth Truck Company, and by that time the company was devoted almost entirely to the production of school buses. In 1959, Gillig pioneered the diesel-powered rear-engined transit style school bus with the release of the C-series Transit Coach, and within five years the C-Series accounted for three-quarters of all of Gillig sales figures. In 1967, Gillig produced the highest-capacity school bus ever produced, the 855-D, which had a passenger capacity of 97 pupils.
In 1969, Herrick-Pacific Steel purchased the company and changed the name to the Gillig Corporation. During the time they built school buses, Gillig earned a reputation for being one of the “safest” buses ever built due to the near total absence of recalls. The only recall for a Gillig-built school bus was in 1979 for rear-end axle separation issues.
In 1977, Gillig decided to branch out into the manufacture of transit buses and teamed up with Neoplan to build a series of European-styled transit buses that had the option of propane fueled engines. However, the partnership with Neoplan lasted only until 1979, and in 1980 Gillig introduced the Phantom, a heavy-duty transit bus based slightly upon their previous round-body school bus platform. A State of California tax-free subsidy helped early sales, and sales were later buoyed by low bidding on contracts and specializing in serving smaller transit agencies. This strategy has proven to be successful, as the Phantom became one of the longest-lasting transit models in existence. Production of the Transit Coach School Bus ceased in 1982, but a school bus variation of the Phantom was offered beginning in 1986, but production stopped in 1993 when Gillig exited the school bus market altogether.
The Spirit, a late-1980s attempt at a medium-duty bus, did not sell well and was discontinued after a few years. In 1997, Gillig entered the low-floor bus market with the Advantage (originally called “H2000LF”, and is currently called the “Low Floor”). Like the Phantom, the Low Floor was first purchased largely by rental car companies for use at their airport facilities, but transit sales increased as the model matured.
Currently, Gillig produces around 1,200 to 1,300 buses a year.
On August 1, 2008, Gillig became a Henry Crown company under CC Industries, Inc. CC Industries will operate Gillig in the same location with the current management team.
Also, the Phantom model has been discontinued from manufacturing after 28 years from Gillig.

Alternative fuels

In 1992, Gillig began producing an LNG fueled version of the Phantom in an attempt to produce a low-emissions transit bus, but this was later discontinued. The only LNG Phantoms in existence currently operate shuttle service at Los Angeles International Airport and Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.
In 1996, Gillig introduced a diesel-electric hybrid powered Phantom, which they produced until 2006. The Low Floor bus is now offered in a hybrid powered version as the company continues to focus its efforts on “clean diesel” technology.
In September 2011, Gillig introduced an alternative fuel BRT model with a CNG propulsion, which is their first CNG-powered bus produced and first production natural gas buses since 1998. Long Beach Transit used purchased a pilot bus in 2011 and placed an order for 63 more in 2012, bringing the total to 64 buses.
Although Gillig has never built an electric trolley bus (ETB), in 2001-2002 the company supplied 100 body/chassis shells to Seattle‘s King County Metro Transit for the latter to equip as trolley buses. More than just shells, these Phantom buses were shipped by Gillig complete in almost every way (including interior fittings such as seats) except lacking any propulsion equipment and other ETB-only features such as trolley poles. The Seattle transit agency, Metro, removed the propulsion packages from its old fleet of 1979-built AM General trolley coaches (G.E. traction motor, Randtronics chopper control, and electronic card cage), which the Gillig vehicles were purchased to replace, and shipped them to Alstom (in New York) for refurbishment. After receiving the refurbished propulsion equipment back from Alstom, Metro installed it in the new Gillig Phantom bodies, along with Vossloh-Kiepe pneumatically operated fiberglass trolley poles.

Products

Current Gillig Product Lines
Model Name Low Floor Low Floor Hybrid Electric Vehicle BRT Trolley Replica
Photo(s) FoothillTransit F1124.jpg
CDTA Saratoga Gillig.jpg
DART Gillig Advantage hybrid 111.jpg CDTA Gillig Hybrid.jpg
StarMetro Gillig BRT 29.jpg
EMTA Bayliner 3.jpg
Walnut Creek Gillig Trolley.JPG
Length (ft)
  • 29
  • 35
  • 40
  • 31
  • 37
  • 41
  • 30
  • 35
  • 40
Year Introduced 1996 2004 2004
Notes
  • Older buses have a flat front windshield and a somewhat larger headsign area (top picture), while newer models feature a larger windshield.
  • Frameless side windows are also an option (bottom picture).
  • Also available with hybrid drivetrain (top picture).
  • Frameless windows are a popular option with this model.
  • Low Floor variant produced in collaboration with Cable Car Classics of Healdsburg, CA.
Discontinued Product Lines (Transit Buses)
Model Name Phantom Gillig-Neoplan Spirit
Photo(s) TheBus (Downtown Honolulu).jpgRide On 5368 at Glenmont.jpg
Length (ft)
  • 30
  • 35
  • 40
  • 30
  • 35
28
Years Produced 1980-2009 1977-1979 mid-late 1980s
Notes
  • Offered in 102″ or 96″ widths.
  • A hybrid version was also offered from 2001 to 2006.
A 28-foot (8.5 m) medium-duty bus offered as lower-cost alternative to the 30-foot-long (9.1 m) Phantom.
Discontinued Product Lines (School Buses)
Model Name Transit Coach School Bus Phantom School Bus
Photo Valley View No4 img13.jpg Gillig Phantom School Bus
Length (ft) 28-40
  • 37
  • 40
Years Produced 1940-1982 1986-1993
Notes
  • A long-running lineup of transit-style school buses offered by Gillig prior to the production of the Phantom.
  • Available in mid-engine and rear-engine models with single or tandem rear axles.
96″ wide version of the Phantom redesigned to school bus specifications as a successor to the Transit Coach.

1929 Gillig bus

1952 Gillig bus
1955 Gillig Short Bus On Ford B500 Chassis
1957 Gillig Transit Coach School Bus

1962 Gillig-Pacific-bus

1966 Model 743D

1966 Model C-180D (retired)

1971 Model C-190D-12 (retired)

1972 Gillig Transit Coach

1973 Model 318D-12

1977 Gillig 25

1979 Gillig Model VTF555D school bus

1979 Gillig Phantom School Bus Grand Pacific Charter

1979 Model 636D-12

1984 Walnut Creek Gillig Trolley

1988 gillig-bus

1990 gillig-bus

1992 gillig-bus

1995 EMTA Bayliner 3 Gillig

1996 Gillig Ride On 5368 at Glenmont

1997 mst gillig712 route © Michael Strauch

1998 gillig-bus

1999 Gillig Phantom Unitrans

2001 Gillig Phantom(Downtown Honolulu)
2001 Star Metro Gillig BRT 29

2002 Gillig Phantom School Bus LAUSD

2004 Gillig Low Floor advantage

2004 gillig-bus

2006 Gillig Foothill Transit F1124

2007 gillig-bus

2007 MVTA Gillig Bus

2008 CDTA Saratoga Gillig

2008 Gillig Dart Advantage hybrid 111

2008 Gillig Phantom 9100-9120

2008 GILLIG VelociRFTA121311
2009 A pair of Gillig BRT buses by Sean 9118
2010 Gillig Lynx Bus © formerwmdriver
2011 Sound Transit Gillig Advantage
Gillig Bros Plate CC-182-015-950

gillig-bus

gillig-bus © ramayauctions