OBSCURE SUBURBAN/INTERURBAN BUS LINES

WASHINGTON (OUTLYING SEATTLE AREA)

Mostly a sampling of bus companies listed in the 1952 Mass Transportation's Directory.

Additional bus companies, listed as existing during 1930's, are mentioned in the WPA American Guide Series of state guidebooks.

For some of the earliest bus companies, listed in early reports of the Washington Department of Public Works, a first year of operations is listed.


SUBURBAN BUS COMPANIES LISTED IN RUSSELL'S GUIDE

Suburban and interurban bus companies listed in the Russell's Official National Motor Coach Guide, which was primarily a resource for intercity bus lines.

Grays Harbor Lines (Olympia to Aberdeen to South Bend and Moclips, until 1983)

North Bend Stage Line/Evergreen Trailways (Seattle to Skykomish, began operations in 1921)


MOUNT VERNON/SKAGIT COUNTY

Anacortes-Mt. Vernon Stage Co. - began operations in 1921 between Anacortes and Mt. Vernon.


BELLINGHAM/WHATCOM COUNTY

Bellingham-Sumas Stage - connected Bellingham with Sumas.

Bellingham-Wickersham Stage - served Acme, Bellingham, Deming, Maple Falls, Glacier.

Bay Shore & Lummi Island Stage Co. - began operations in 1921, existed in 1930's, Orcas and Lummi Island service.

Lummi Shore Line - served Marieta, Lummi Island, Birch Bay.

Satterlee Transit System - connected Bellingham with Everson, Nooksack, Sumas.

Bellingham-Lynden Stages - no further information.


BREMERTON/KITSAP COUNTY

Bremerton Transit Lines - connected Bremerton with Silverdale, Keyport, Poulsbo, Suquamish, Port Gamble, Kingston.

Crosby Bus Co. - connected Bremerton with Ollala, Crosby, Seabeck.

Tracyton Transportation Co. - served Bremerton, Gilberton, Tracyton.


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