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TALLMAN TRANSPORTS LTD is based in Welland Ontario.
They haul flatdeck, van and intermodal loads. Welland was once the location of a large PENN CENTRAL RAILWAY intermodal yard. Tallman hauled containers and piggyback trailers to the Midcon and Interport Sufferance warehouses in Toronto. Although the PennCentral (Conrail) yard is now closed , Tallman Transports is still a busy intermodal container hauler.
In May 1999, several Tallman rigs were hauling containers through Simcoe Ontario. The Freightliner was heading east, back to Welland. The Macks were going west. In 1995, this Mack RL700 was hooking up a container on a residential street in Mississauga.
Here is the picture of the Tallman Transport R700. This Kenworth parked in Missisauga, pulls a flat deck for Tallman Transports (January 2003) Tallman Freightliner hauling 2 twenty-footers on a "B" train Toronto bound on the QEW - February 2007
Peterbilt Unit 91 delivered some preformed concrete sections in Mississauga - July 2009 Tallman Transport Mack CH, Unit 29, was seen on crowded Bay Street in downtown Toronto on a July 2011 Friday afternoon. Flatdeck haulers are sent to some pretty awkward places to load or unload.



Tallman Transports ceased operations on July 31 2013.

"Tallman Transports Limited is a family owned and operated truck transportation business located in Welland, Ontario. The company was founded in 1935 by Mr. Grant Tallman, and was originally located in Allanburg, Ontario. Mr. Tallman operated a single truck, servicing the agricultural market, primarily transporting hay and straw throughout the local area. In the mid 50's, son Lynn Tallman became actively involved and together they operated the company."

     
   



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