Parkinson Coach Lines

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Parkinson Coach Lines was founded in 1946 in Snelgrove, Ontario by Harold Parkinson, and was acquired by the Murray family in 1953. Parkinson started running the predecessor to Brampton Transit in Brampton, Ontario in the 1960s. They further expanded into school bus service in the 1960s and coach tours in the 1970s. Today, based in Brampton, Parkinson provides coaches for day school trips, charters and tour trips.


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