Does anyone here know much about the White Bus Co.? I ask because a line I am interested in modeling the Grasse River RR/ Emporium Lumber Co. in upstate New York had a 1931 model that was converted to rail use as passenger and mail delivery to the town of Clifton-Fine AKA Cranberry Lake. It interchanged with the NYC Adirondak Div. at Childwold Station. At some point possibly after it was no longer used by the railroad it was called the "Jumping Goose" as a kind of shout out to the geese in Colorado. I have found an O scale model of a 1936 White bus decorated for national park tour services on e-bay. I was thinking of using this as a starting point for a model of this odd duck. My problem stems from the fact that I know the company (White bus) sometimes farmed out it's coach building and I am not sure how long the model styles lasted. Would a 1931 model look at all like the 1936? I mean besides having four wheels. Thanks in advance to all obscure transportation fans out there. Sorry for the repeated post but I think this might meet more eyes.