CCF-Brill Vancouver Trolley 2341

CVA 800-319 - [Bus shelter] Al Ingram, 1976.

CVA 800-319 – [Bus shelter] Al Ingram, 1976.

This trolley is stopped just north of Eaton’s department store (Granville and Robson; the stop is on the east side of Granville) in 1976 ; it is a model T48 (built 1954?) for BC Transit’s fleet of CCF-Brill trolleys.  CCF stood for Canadian Car and Foundry and CCF-Brill trolleys were built under license from CCF to American Car and Foundry or ACF, which had purchased rights to build the trolleys once produced by J. G. Brill Co. 

If you are in a sentimental mood, take a ‘ride’ here on an old CCF-Brill going south on Granville, it seems, as far as Marpole Loop. Enjoy the trip!

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