Robert Archer Midcon Truck Terminal Collection

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Midcon Truck Terminal
The Midcontinental Truck Teminal was the largest Sufferance Warehouse in Canada. It ceased operations on March 30, 2001, the victim of changing procedures in international trucking.
Here is a picture of the sign at the main gate. Transport Groupe Robert has a bond operation in the East Building up to the end. Here is their Western Star day cab tractor plugged in for the weekend. The picture was taken in March 2001. Here is the view of the yard near the West Building, taken in March 2001.
This Kenworth is arriving at the Midcon Sufferance Warehouse to clear an IN BOND load of freight in April 1995.
Part of the Robert Archer collection.
This McKinlay Ford LT9000 is shown at the MidCon Truck Terminal in Toronto, ON, moving some In Bond freight for clearance. MidCon is a large Sufferance Warehouse where goods are customs cleared. McKinlay hauls mostly automotive parts in international service. They are the Canadian division of Central Transport of Detroit. This is the current paint scheme. If you refer to the pictures on Don Querciagrossa's web page you can see some White trucks in their older paint scheme, when McKinlay first moved from Cooksville, ON to Milton, ON.
This is part of Robert Archer's collection.


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