Walters Transit Corporation had its beginnings in the 1930s as a small charter bus operation and, in the 1950s grew into
a charter, tour, and a scheduled bus service, whose main route from Brewster, into New York City helped put the
New York Central Railroad's Putnam Division commuter service out of business by the end of 1958. Its bus fleet consisted
largely of GMC highway coaches, most, if not all, were restroom equipped and 15 suburban type buses of the "new Look" or 'fishbowl"
type, none of which was restroom equipped, and each seating 49 passengers. These buses were used primarily on Walters' shorter
routes. The company went out of business during the 1980s after approximately 50 years of service to the people in its
service area. In common with the likes of Blue Bird Coach Lines of Olean,NY, D&F Transit of Dunkirk,NY, and Grand Island
Transit, of Buffalo, Walters Transit Corporation was a friendly, folksy bus company that was small enough to know its clientele
and big enough to serve them well, and serve them well it did, until it was no longer feasible to continue operating.