Robert Archer Clarkson Petro Pass Truck Stop Collection

Robert Archer Truck Stop Pictures Collection - Clarkson Petro Pass

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Clarkson Petro Pass  
This Volvo from SLH Transport was at the Clarkson Petro Pass October 2002 Here is a White/GMC from FTI Transport at the Clarkson Petro Pass Here is a lineup of trucks parked at the Clarkson Petro Pass truck stop in Mississauga in March 2003.
A Volvo from Mittman Carriers exits the Clarkson Petro-Pass in April 2004 Two Peterbilts from Hopedale Trucking were fueling at the Clarkson Petro Pass - April 2005 This Volvo from XTL was fueling at the Clarkson Petro Pass Labour Day Monday 2005
Three views of the trucks parked at the Clarkson Petro Pass fuel station on June 4 2006
It was very quiet at the Clarkson Petro Pass, only a Freightliner expediter straight truck from TST911 was fueling. A Trimac International was fueling at the Petro-Pass stop in Clarkson on a March 2012 Sunday afternoon. Heavy snow fell on Saturday but on Sunday afternoon two Container Haulers from MTMX were in the Clarkson PetroPass getting fuel for their trip to New Jersey.
December 15 2013.
The driver of this Peterbilt from Premier Tank Lines of Richmond Hill was likely having a snooze; parked at the Clarkson Petro Pass with the window shades up. - March 2015. There was lots of activity at the Clarkson Petro-Pass on a Thursday afternoon in March 2016. This International Prostar from Transport Jean Marie Bernier of Metabetchouan,QC turned into the Clarkson Petropass for fuel. - June 2016
Merci a Pascal Pion for the carrier identification.
This sign hung on the fence outside the Clarkson PetroPass thanking their customers - July 2017. A dump train from Kingsway Bulk
was seen behind the fence. - July 2017
A Peterbilt from Active Cartage and a Western Star from Geo. A.Hall were parked at the other end of the truck stop - July 2017

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