Buscompany TENSEN Soest The Netherlands 1921-1980

The existing bus service since 1921 Baarn-Soestdijk-Soest – Amersfoort of the entrepreneur Joh. Gabela was 1 May 1930 ‘s by Willem Cornelis Tensen., along with J.C. Bruigom, retrieved. Already in March 1931 pulled Bruigom withdrew from the new company.

There was soon a dark red color chosen. This color is to the corporate end in 1980 characteristic remained for the Tensen.-coaches. Buses starting from 1937 were virtually all of the Volvo.

In 1932, a line on the route soestdijk-Soest – Soesterberg. Here one could make the switch to the electric trams of the Zeist and Utrecht in the directions. Later, this change to the coaches of NBM.

In addition to public transport was also very active in the coach transport Tensen.

After the liberation fleet had to be built almost from scratch, but in 1946 the service was run on the lines of Amersfoort and Baarn-soestdijk-Soesterberg on the pre-war level. In order to be stronger in front of the ambitions of the neighboring NS-daughters NBM and VAD founded T. with three fellow companies in 1947 the partnership Stichtse transport enterprises (SVO) on. This went though in 1948 on car transport Coordination in the Foundation people (CAP). It had eleven transport companies from the provinces of South Holland and Utrecht United. The participants retained their own independence and corporate identity, but showed the CAP logo on the stops and initially also on the buses. The cooperation was visible through a common dienstregelingboekje and issuing a day ticket which was valid on all lines of the affiliated companies.

Later came a route via Lage Vuursche at.

In 1948, the death year of the founder, became by the line bushings 340,000 down and 1,240,000 passengers.

On 1 april 1959 was the network of lines with three lines of spakenburg to Amersfoort and Bunschoten, Baarn and Nijkerk. This happened as a result of termination of the company of CAP-participant j. dijkhuizen in spakenburg. From 1 June 1958 had Tensen already on Sunday the line spakenburg-Amersfoort maintained, because in principle to respect Sunday as a day of sanctification dijkhuizen wished.

In the 1960s and 1970s also began at Tensen (as with most Dutch regional carriers) the revenue back to run, both in the tourist sector and in the shipping service. This was caused by declining passenger numbers and explosive rising labour costs. With the national Government arose disagreements over the explanation of the hesitant on getting grant schemes with which the losses were covered. Many private bus companies sold their company to the NS. Several participants also did this to the Foundation CAP. With which this Foundation strong to force lost and in 1968 was dissolved. Eventually the family business was also T. per 1 January 1980 sold to NS. This divided the transport area between her daughters. The western part was assigned to Central and the eastern part around spakenburg to the VAD. Also the T.-personnel by both companies was retrieved. The buses went exclusively to the VAD.

1948 Volvo nr. 32 Tensen 38 1949 Volvo voor Tensen 1950 Tensen 42-1-1950 ex-Gog 271 1961 1953 Tensen Volvo's Soest 1953 Volvo Den Oudsten Diesel bus 30 Tensen 1955 Volvo Den Oudsten Neusbus Tensen lijnbus 22-Soest 1956 Volvo Tensen nr. 29 carr. König 1956 Volvo Tensen nr.40 1957 Volvo Bus 28 Tensen 1958 Bus nr.1 Volvo tensen 1959 medema-volvo 1959-volvo-medema-appingedam-lijnbus-bus-32 My beautiful picture 1961 Volvo Autobus Tensen 46 erfg compr 1961 Volvo Tensen 47 1961 ZABO Bus nr.46 Volvo Tensen Soest Museumbus 1962 CAP Streekvervoer Dienstregeling 1970 Bus 40 Volvo carr. Hainje Tensen My beautiful picture 1978 Volvo B58-ZABO Tensen18 Bus 1 Volvo Tensen My beautiful picture Bus 10 Volvo Tensen Soest Bus 30 Volvo Tensen Soest Bus 31 Volvo tensen richting Spakenburg My beautiful picture My beautiful picture My beautiful picture My beautiful picture Bus nr.28 - 96 - Tensen Volvo Volvo Tensen 01 Volvo Tensen 37 Volvo Tensen nr 33 op270675

That was it concerning W C Tensen, all Volvo’s

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Author: Jeroen

In Dutch, my homelanguage: Ik ben Jeroen, tot januari 2015 was ik al dik 26 jaar werkzaam in een psychiatrisch ziekenhuis in een stad vlakbij Werelds grootste havenstad Rotterdam. Eerst als verpleegkundige/begeleider op high care, later op afdeling dubbeldiagnose (verslavingen) en ook nog een tijdje als administratief medewerker. Ik heb een spierziekte "Poli Myositis" (alle spieren zijn ontstoken) daardoor weinig energie. Sinds augustus 2015 is daarbij de diagnose Kanker gesteld, en ben ik helemaal arbeidsongeschikt geworden en zit middenin de behandelfase. Gelukkig ben ik daarnaast getrouwd, vader, en opa, en heb de nodige hobby's. Een daarvan is transportmiddelen verzamelen en daarmee een blog schrijven. Dit blog begon met bussen, maar nu komen ook sleepboten, auto's trucks en dergelijke aan bod. Kijk en geniet met me mee, reageer, en vul gerust aan. Fouten zal ik ook graag verbeteren. In English: I'm Jeroen, till januari 2015 I was already 26 years working as a nurse in a psychiatric hospital, near Rotterdam, Worlds biggest harbour with more than 98 nationalities living within it's borders. First I worked on closed high care ward and the last years on a ward with mainly addicted people. I liked my work very much. In 2007 I got ill. I got the diagnose Poli Myositis, a musscle dissease. Al my mussles are inflamed. And last august I got another diagnose. Cancer. It's plaveicelcel carcinoma and treated with Chemo and radioation. So I've even less energy than the last years. Still I try to make something of my life and the blog is helping with surviving with some pleasure.

2 thoughts on “Buscompany TENSEN Soest The Netherlands 1921-1980”

  1. Dag Jeroen
    Aangezien ik veel met de bussen van Tensen ben meegeweest, weet ik dat ze in de jaren 60 een van de eerste bussen hadden met automatische versnelling. Was een kleine bus , no 44.
    Was altijd wat mee. Stond meer in garage dan dat er mee werd gereden.Heb je daar nog gegevens van?

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