Go to Bottom Yours truly at Oakridge moments before the parade started. Members of the Baseball chat rooms Police Department's motorcycle division were there to escort the parade on W. Photo by Peter Loyalist.
The interior of Photo by R. The invited fans and retired employees on shortly after the parade started.
A view out the front window of the Brill with our fearless driver Angus McIntyre at the helm. Our fearless driver. The parade was held up when V had trouble activating the overhead switches.
The parade cops taken from the inside the Brill just after they arrived at V. The Brill was taking invited guests mostly fans back to Oakridge.
The loop once served the 21 Victoria line and the 41st Ave. The latter was the original eastern terminus until about Now it is rarely used being kept for emergency turn backs and for fan trips Just as the last guest disembarked, someone dropped something.
I don't recall what it was. Notice that the overhead is situated over two lanes for parked trolleys, a oj2 that has been used elsewhere and at Oakridge garage. Another lane for parked trolleys showing the same arrangement. Angus, our fearless driver, is being interviewed by a local Funny inappropriate group chat names station.
Another shot of Angus being interviewed. New Flyer is sandwiched between a D and A few escorf are gathering by the font door of The chap in the shorts is our fearless driver.
Derek Cheung, our second fearless driver, is ewcort bywhich he drove in the parade. Dale East chattanooga escort company, our retired fearless driver, is standing by NFIwhich he drove in the parade. Right side rear shot of Flyer E V The right front door of V, showing the "Renfrew" side-destination.
The poles are being put on V The poles have no function currently. They were for ice-cutting duties.