Cumberland, Maryland (Streetcars and Buses)
Bus Lines, the L. N. Long and Son Coach Line, the Mountain State Bus Line, and the Potomac Edison Company all operated into Cumberland. In 1933, the Blue Ridge Bus Lines, the Blue and White Lines, the Mt. Savage Bus Line, the Franklin Cumberland Transit Company, the Albright Bus Line, and the Golden Arrow Coach Company all ran into Cumberland. By 1935, the Ridgeley Bus Company, Inc., and the Somerset Bus Company were also coming into the city. In 1942, the Townes Bus Line began operating into Cumberland. In 1947, Emery's Motor Coach Lines ran buses here. In 1952, the Metropolitan Trailways, Osgood Bus Lines, the Reynolds Transportation Company, and the Somerset Bus Company all operated into Cumberland. In 1954, the G.T.R. Bus Line, owned by Edward T. Geary, Clyde O. Turner and Lawrence A. Roderick began operations into the city.
Miller, Herman J.
Mayor and Council, City of Cumberland
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Cumberland (Md.), history
Cumberland (Md.), 1700-1976