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Miscellaneous Truck Pictures Around Chilliwack
Photos taken on March 4, 2000
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Here is a picture of a Freightliner hauling for Monarch Messenger.
Here is a picture of a Volvo hauling for Choice Reefer Service.
Here is a picture of a Peterbilt hauling for Vic Hoskins Trucking. I believe that Vic Hoskins hauls for Fred Meyer and Costco into Alaska.
Here two views of a Kenworth with TCT Canada markings on the door with one Atomic trailer and one TCT Atomic trailer.
Here is a Freightliner with Atomic markings on the door and a TCT Logistics trailer.
Here is a picture of a Fastrax Freightliner.
Here is a Freightliner hauling for Carbra Trans Incorporated.
Here is a picture of a Freightliner hauling for Trans X, seen here fuelling up in a Chilliwack truck stop.
Here is a picture of a Ford hauling for GTX Logistic Service.
Here is a Volvo hauling for Motrux sitting at a truck stop near Chilliwack.
Here is a picture of a Kenworth from Kiss Transportation Inc. hooked up to a Manitoulin trailer.
Here is a picture of a International conventional hauling for Landstar Inway.
Here are two pictures of a Mack hauling for Trans X.
Here is a picture of an International cabover hauling for Vertec out of Chilliwack, BC.
Here is a CanUSA Freightliner fueling up at a truck stop in Chilliwack.
Here is the same CanUSA Freightliner pulling out of the truck stop.
Here is a picture of a Kenworth hauling for Shadow Lines, parked at the Husky trucks stop at Chilliwack, BC.
Here is a Freighliner pulling a canvas sided B-Train for Protrux, seen at the Husky truck stop.
Here is a United Van Lines Freightliner.

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