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Bill Skirvin is from Indianapolis. Indiana and drives for Overnite.
Overnite terminal office, and district office Dolly holding area!
This is our shop in Indianapolis. One of many banners around the terminal. View from the west side of the terminal. We have 88 doors, and today we are getting a face lift, with new black top!
This is a morning shot of the Decatur, IL terminal. Taken on 9/17/03 Decatur terminal Our fuel tanker in the shop for repairs, as well as a few dollies


How would you like to deliver freight with one of these?
Bill built this from an Ulrich kit


Bill shot this picture coming back to Indy From Decatur IL. This is his office!! North side of the dock at the Fontana, CA terminal South side of the dock at the Fontana, CA terminal
South side of the dock at the Fontana, CA terminal The office at the Fontana, CA terminal Mountains seen from our Fontana terminal
A very rare trailer we have in our fleet supporting the "No Zone" campaign. I have only seen two of them, and this one is at out terminal in Indianaoplis, taken Friday 10/29/2004.
New trailer with no logos Rear of new trailer
California Volvo for Overnite Overnite sign at the Indy terminal
Some photos of my truck as I just came in from Columbus, Ohio One of our straight trucks
The east side of our dock Our tractor fleet in Indy


Here are a few shots of our dollies! Maybe someone can use them for modeling tips!


Both our straight trucks Lift gate for city work
Lift gate for city work New trailer with odd number
New trailer with odd number Safety leg detail
Logo soon to be gone!
This was on the front cover of our news letter. It is a very sharp truck. It is a 1960 B-42 Mack with a 1947 Fruehauf trailer.
UPS Photos promoting their new UPS Freight color scheme
I took these on my way to Columbus Ohio, 4-28-2006 I managed to grab a empty "Motor Cargo" trailer.( Motor Cargo is a company that Overnite bought a few years back). Also, this is the last week of the overnite name! As of Sunday night it will change to " UPS Freight" the new trucks with the new paint scheme has been coming into Columbus, Ohio which is a processing center for new equipment.


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