Doug McKenzie Collection
Reimer Express Collection

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Kenworth Aerodyne taken at Reimer Express terminal in Mississauga, Ontario in October 1986.
This is from the collection of Doug McKenzie.
Reimer Express owner/operator Western Star taken at Nairn Centre, Ontario in May 1999.
This is from the collection of Doug McKenzie.
Here's a find old picture of a Mack that Reimer Express used.
This is from the collection of Doug McKenzie.
Reimer Express Kenworth cab-over taken at Reimer's Mississauga, Ontario terminal in January 1987.
This is from the collection of Doug McKenzie.
Ford WT-9000 taken at Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario in August 1977.
This is from the collection of Doug McKenzie.
Peterbilt conventional with a set of doubles taken at Reimer's terminal in June 1991.
This is from the collection of Doug McKenzie.
Freightliner cab-over taken at Reimer's Mississauga, Ontario terminal in May 1986.
This is from the collection of Doug McKenzie.
Ford LTL-9000 with stake and rack trailer taken at Reimer's Mississauga, Ontario terminal in October 1986.
This is from the collection of Doug McKenzie.
Ford CLT-9000 taken at Etobicoke, Ontario in May 1978.
This is from the collection of Doug McKenzie.
Reimer CH-600 with Roadway doubles. Sarnia Ontario, April 2001. Reimer Express 1987 calendar photo Reimer Express 1997 calendar photo
This photo was taken back in 1976 or '77 was taken somewhere between Winnipeg and Gimli Manitoba and pretty well illustrates how useful the rear checkerboard pattern could be on these trailers. Reimer LTL-9000 taken at Reimer Express terminal in Mississauga, Ontario in October 1986. Right rear quarter view of LTL-9000 - standard company highway tractor at that time (October 1986). Note the tall exhaust, spare tire carrier, Southwind "Hotbox" and Hendrickson V4 suspension.
Close-up detail of spare tire carrier. Fruehauf converter dolly. Trailers in the background are from Trans Canada Truck Lines, formerly Trans-Canada Highway Express who were taken over originally by Inter-City Trucks Lines. When Reimer purchased Inter-City, Trans-Canada was run as a truckload carrier specialising in the US. Detail shot of hook-up between lead trailer and converter dolly.
The famed checkerboard! Single-axle pup trailer with heater at dock, Mississauga terminal. As a standard practice, Reimer ran tandem lead pups with single axle dollies and single axle B trailers in train. 48-foot Fruehauf reefer. Note the 72-inch axle spacing - pretty well standard equipment on all Canadian equipment.

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