This view shows the drive arrangements of the #4 bus which were common with the larger #5.
Note that the prototype of this model also served on the Bridgton and Harrison line as their #3 after it was sold by the SR&RL receiver in 1935. It then made the move to Edaville where it had a varied career and was eventually sold into private hands in the early 1990’s when the original Edaville dissolved. It has been moved around by truck starring in a Phillips “Old Home Days” celebration and various guest performances around the preserved two foot lines in Maine.
John Pearson’s factory painted Car Works SR&RL rail bus #4 and trailer, shown on Bob Harper’s Franklin module.