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Mississauga Flying J


Shell hired the Pilot-Flying J Corporation to manage their chain of Canadian Truck Stops. This card lock fuel stop was renovated into a Flying J Travel Plaza.
This is the Shell Truckstop in Mississauga. A Freightliner from King Pin Enterprises from Winnipeg is at the pumps. July 1 2003.
     

 

     
Here is a pair of Petes at the Mississauga Flying J - October 2014. A Gardewine Volvo heads out of the Flying J truckstop to Dixie Road and Highway 401. - June 2015. This Prostar from Real Transport of Montreal has to leave one exit and re-enter the other as he searches for a parking spot. - June 2015
A bob tail Volvo from Surrey BC based Twin-Pol Transport pulls onto the street. The fuel pumps at the Mississauga Flying J on an October 2015 Sunday afternoon. The west (sunny) side with the Flying J logo.
This Volvo had finished fueling and was looking for a parking space. This Peterbilt from Whitby ON was only there long enough to get his Customs Papers from the fax machine. Triple Eight Transport from Surrrey BC looking for a parking space.
This Freightliner from Transport Gregoire fueled and left the truckstop on his run. A Kenworth from K-Dac Transport pulled into the Flying J before continuing east on The 401.
These three photos were all taken on New Years Eve 2016





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