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"Greensboro and Greenville were commonly owned, both built and dismantled at the same time, and for all practical purposes possessed a common inventory of rolling stock and equipment."
- The Trolley Coach in North America, Sebree and Ward, 1973

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First Trolley Coach Run: (Greensboro): July 15, 1934
Last Trolley Bus Run: (Greensboro): June 5, 1956

Roster (Greensboro)
Vehicle Number Builder Model Year Notes
101-102 Perley Thomas   1934  
103-107 Brill T30 1934  
108-112 Pullman   1934  
139 Twin Coach 44GTT 1943 Transferred from Greenville, 1943
143-145 Pullman   1944  

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First Trolleybus Run: (Greenville): August 19, 1934
Last Trolleycoach Run: (Greenville): February 20, 1956

Roster (Greenville)
Vehicle Number Builder Model Year Notes
113-115 Brill T30 1934  
116-118 Pullman   1934  
119 Brill T30 1934  
120-123 Brill T30 1937  
124-127 Mack FR3S 1937  
128-134 Mack FR3S 1940-41  
135-138 Mack FR3S 1942  
139-142 Twin Coach 44GTT 1943 Transferred to Greensboro, 1943
146-155 Pullman   1948 Sold to Bogota, 1956

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