Search using this query type:

Search only these record types:

Advanced Search (Items only)

Browse Items (24 total)

  • Tags: bus

Lovell Bus lines moved to Maynard in 1923, taking over the Concord, Maynard and Hudson Street Rail Road franchise.
The company was viable until the 1950's.

Issued on June 1, 1923 shortly after the Lovell Bus Line , formerly the C. M. & H Bus Line, took over the franchise of the Concord, Maynard and Hudson Street Railroad (trolley), after it went out of business.
The schedule was found on the wall at…

A bus ticket to the events held in Concord for the United States 200th Anniversary.

"Home Market Club", "Forester Guide", "Rosebud", "Middlesex" and the "Captor" are just a few names of cigars manufactured in Maynard through the late 1920's.

A review of various forms of transportation and how they conveyed residents of Maynard, including walking, horseback, stage-coaches, steam trains, electric trolleys, busses and, finally, the automobile.

An advertising sign indicating the times and prices for trips to Revere Beach beginning in July. This cardboard sigh may have been displayed in a window or on the side of the bus.

Photograph of students exiting a bus operated by Marty's Taxi Service to attend swimming lessons at Lake Boon.

(David Heitanen)

A group of students, probably on their way to/from a field trip, on a Maynard Bus Service bus.


Muslin bag with Lovell Bus Lines logo.

Wooden sign announcing bus specials headed to Revere Beach from Leominster, Lancaster, Clinton, Berlin, Hudson, Stow and Maynard

This was the car barn for the former trolley now out of business. The bus company later became the Lovell Bus Line.

The old Jitney Bus was typical rolling stock of the C, M & H bus line that later became the Lovell Bus Line

In the early years of transporting students the town had only one bus. You had to live on the outskirts of town. Mr. White was the owner and driver, and all grades were picked up on the same run.

In this picture campers are being pickup at the…

Tags: , ,

The Maynard to Waltham via Sudbury, Wayland and Weston route.

A 1966 & 1969 bus schedule from Maynard to Harvard Square

The booklet, now empty, contained 13 coupons possibly owned by E.Barker.