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Jammers posted by essablue September 24, 2008 01:31PM reply | quote
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These are the vintage Jammer tour buses used in Glacier National Park. They were first used in the park in 1937 and had uninterrupted service until 1999 when they were called in to be remodeled. The buses were put back into service in 2001. The unique name comes from the old days when drivers could be heard "jammin" on the gears of the bright red buses as they drove around the park. The red jammer buses took tourists from one side of the park to the other via the Going-to-the-Sun Road, and into Canada's Waterton Lakes National Park.


Re: Jammers posted by RichB September 25, 2008 12:44AM reply | quote
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Nice image for show and tell. I enjoyed both the image and the story behind the busses.


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