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Eilermann Transfer Co. served St. Louis from 1859- 2004. These old pictures came from Bob and Jack Eilermann after they closed in Nov. 2004. ( I thought that I'd retire there. )
A shot of the trailer yard in the mid '50's Taken at the Labor Day in 1920
Pictures of some of the trucks leased to house accounts. ( Eilermann leased the trucks and drivers to the accounts )
Fehlig Bros. Lumber is still in business after all these years  
Eilermann had 2 tankers painted like the Switzer Candy wrapper. The tankers were WWII army surplus.
In the '50's and '60's Eilermann took pictures of their new equipment.
    Eilermann had a good account with J.D. Streett for years pulling loads of antifreeze. All the freight lines wanted the freight, including BE-MAC
Four months before Eilermann closed. Ottawa spotting horse and shuttle trailers at Dial Corp. St Louis, Mo. Late '90's FL 70 Freightliner

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