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On May 25, 2003 I had the opportunity to spend that day at Argus Carriers Ltd. Burnaby terminal. The whole purpose of the day was to photograph many of their trucks. Thanks for the sales rep at the time, Andrew Anderson, he set the trucks and trailers up just the way I wanted them to be. In some cases I asked him to set up some trucks in configurations that the company had never done before, as well as the province of British Columbia. This configuration is the Rocky Mountain Double. Below you will see some pictures of this configuration. That is when the lead trailer is a full-length trailer and the trailing trailer is a short put.

Thank you Argus Carriers Ltd. for this opportunity and thank you Andrew Anderson for the time you spent with me on that day. It was a fun day for me.


Once we finished taking pictures at the terminal, Andrew wanted me to take some promotional pictures of one of their trucks at certain locations around Vancouver.
The first place we took pictures was at the Science Center at the old Expo 86 site.


Later we drove to Ambleside Park in West Vancouver. I wanted to photograph the truck with a bridge behind it or over it. This seemed like an okay location.


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