Many Years Ago I was shipping T parts to a company in a small mountain town near Silverton, Colorado. I am not sure but I think the town might have been Ouray. The company was using model Ts to take tourists for a ride. If I remember correctly the Ts were TT buses. Some state or federal agency closed the company down for some reason. I suppose maybe the buses are still at the town. Its to bad, I think it would have been a fun experience for the tourists.
Jay, any idea where that Lockport is?
I used to live at Lockport, Manitoba.
There's a Lockport just southwest of Chicago on the Illinois River.
I've got a mule, her name is Sal, fifteen miles on the Erie canal... The most famous Lockport is in New York, home of a parts dealer notorious for its service.
Looks like it's on a levee road. Could be Lockport, CA, in the Delta area.
This is the Lockport Manitoba bus which was restored by our car club here in Winnipeg. It is a 1918 truck.
Looking at the size of the driver in the first photo I'll bet no one skipped paying their bus fare!
I remember the power pole in the back ground so my guess the photo is from Lockport NY.