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Washington County (TN) Bus Lines



The Washington County (Tennessee) Bus Line started in 1928. By 1951, the Company operated 10 buses with 25 employees and served the public between Kingsport and Johnson City, Tennessee. Runs encompassed an area from Big Stone Gap, Virginia to Spartanburg, South Carolina. Most area towns such as Greenville, Gray Station and Erwin were on the bus line. However, ticket sales show runs to Newport and Knoxville, Tennessee, and Asheville, North Carolina at this time, no specific information is available as to when the company either merged with another organization or ceased operation.

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Washington County (Tennessee) Bus Lines Records

 Collection — Box D (Small Collections)
Identifier: AppMs-0211
Scope and Contents The Washington County (Tennessee) Bus Line Records consist of completed Ticket Agent's Daily Report forms from January and September, 1934 as well as undated Agent's Stubs which show destinations and ticket prices. There are also two envelopes from 1934: one labeled ET&WNC Motor Transportation Co. listing Washington County Bus Company as the driver, and the other labeled Tennessee Coach Lines with Washington County Bus Line handwritten across the top. The reports contain the...
Dates: 1934