Fred Gruin Jr. Truck Pictures
March 30, 1941 - January 2, 2017

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Emery Transportation Co. "Haulers of Foodstuffs"
Emery Transportation is based out of Chicago, IL.
Emery Transportation Diamaond T parked at the truck stop west of town, in the spring of 1959 on U.S. 20 in Angola, IN. Emery Transportation Mack parked at the truck stop west of town, in the spring of 1959 on U.S. 20 in Angola, IN. Another Emery Transportation Mack, taken at the west edge of the city limits, in the spring of 1959 on U.S. 20 in Angola, IN.
Emery Transportation International, parked at the Angola service area on the Indiana Toll Road in late 1959 on U.S. 20 in Angola, IN. Emery Transportation International is parked at a loading dock in New York City a few blocks from the Hudson River piers, in 1956. Emery Transportation Diamond T in Ft. Lee, NJ, in 1955 or 1956.
Emery Transportation Mack parked at Bedford, PA in 1957. Emery Transportation GMC at the west edge of the city limits, taken in the spring on 1959 on U.S. 20 in Angola, IN.
An Emery Transportation GMC with an Aetna Freight lines International in the forerground. John Mason took this picture at Bedford, PA in 1957. Emery Transportation Mack H Model, taken by John Mason at Bedford, PA in 1957. This Emery Transportation Mack was parked at Bedford, PA in 1957. John Mason took the picture.
Ellis Trucking Company
Ellis was based in Indianapolis and was purchased by Navajo Freight Lines in 1970.
Ellis Trucking Co. GMC tractor is pulling an 'American' trailer, parked at the truck stop at Hamilton Lake, IN on U.S. 27 in the spring of 1959. Ellis Trucking Co. International tractor parked at the truck stop at Hamilton Lake, IN on U.S. 27 in the spring of 1959. Ellis Trucking Co. GMC with an A & H Truck Line (of Evansville, IN) trailer, parked at the truck stop at Hamilton Lake, IN on U.S. 27 in the spring of 1959.
E&L Transport
These E & L Transport Fords were parked at the Ft. Lee (NJ) diner in 1955 or 1956. E & L was based in Dearborn, MI and hauled Ford cars, trucks, and farm tractors.




Eazor Express
Eazor's rights were purchased in 1971 by Johnson Motor Lines of Charlotte and Schreiber Freight Lines, also of Pittsburgh.
Expressways Inc.
Their rights were purchased in the early 60's by DeRosa Transportation of Chicago, United Buckingham Freight Lines of Spokane, WA, and by Renner's Express of Indianapolis.
Eazor Express Mack was taken at the Ft. Lee (NJ) diner in 1955 or 1956. Another Eazor Express Mack taken on the Pennsylvania Turnpike by John Mason in 1957. This picture was taken at Expressways Angola, IN headquarters terminal in 1959. The tractor is an International.
Eastern Motor Dispatch
Eastern Motor Dispatch was purchased by Interstate Motor Lines of Salt Lake City in 1966.
This Eastern Motor Dispatch Brockway was making a delivery at a service station in Ft. Lee, NJ in 1955 or 1956. The picture was taken by John Mason. Eastern Motor Dispatch Mack, parked at the diner, in Ft. Lee, NJ in 1955 or 1956. Eastern Motor Dispatch Brockway , taken in Ft. Lee, NJ in 1955 or 1956, near the diner.
This Eastern Motor Dispatch GMC was parked in a service area on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. John Mason took the pictures in 1957. This Eastern Motor Dispatch Autocar picture was sent to Fred by Fruehauf Trailer in the mid 50's.
This Eastern Motor Dispatch line-up of a Brown and two Macks was in a rest area on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. John Mason took the pictures in 1957. This Eastern Motor Dispatch GMC picture was sent to Fred by Fruehauf Trailer in the mid 50's.
Eastern Express, Inc.
Eastern Express was purchased piecemeal in 1977 and 1978 by East Texas Motor Freight, Consolidated Freightways, Overnite Transportation, and Roadway Express.
This Lee Way Motor Freight trailer was spotted at Eastern Express' huge terminal in Metuchen, NJ, summer of 1959. Eastern Express White tractor with an Interstate Motor Lines (Salt Lake City) trailer, taken during the summer of 1959 at Eastern Express' Metuchen, NJ terminal. Eastern Express Mack tractor with a Buckingham Freight Lines (Rapid City, SD) trailer, taken during the summer of 1959 at Eastern Express' Metuchen, NJ terminal.
Eastern Express Mack tractor with a Mid-South Transporters (Memphis) trailer, taken during the summer of 1959 at Eastern Express' Metuchen, NJ terminal. Eastern Express Mack and White tractors, taken during the summer of 1959 at Eastern Express' Metuchen, NJ terminal. Eastern Express White with one of their red trailers., taken during the summer of 1959 at Eastern Express' Metuchen, NJ terminal.
Eastern Express Mack with a Be-Mac Transfer (St. Louis) trailer., taken during the summer of 1959 at Eastern Express' Metuchen, NJ terminal. Eastern Express Mack with a Navajo Freight Lines (Denver) trailer. , taken during the summer of 1959 at Eastern Express' Metuchen, NJ terminal. Eastern Express Mack with a Consolidated Freight Co. (Saginaw, MI) trailer., taken during the summer of 1959 at Eastern Express' Metuchen, NJ terminal.
Eastern Express Mack with an Interstate Motor Lines (Salt Lake City) trailer., taken during the summer of 1959 at Eastern Express' Metuchen, NJ terminal. Eastern Express Mack with a Gateway Transportation Co. (LaCrosse, WI) trailer., taken during the summer of 1959 at Eastern Express' Metuchen, NJ terminal. A Lee Way Motor Freight trailer bracketed by two Eastern units, taken during the summer of 1959 at Eastern Express' Metuchen, NJ terminal.
Eastern Express GMC, taken during the summer of 1959 at Eastern Express' Metuchen, NJ terminal. Eastern Express Macks, taken during the summer of 1959 at Eastern Express' Metuchen, NJ terminal. Eastern Express ack with Union Freightways (Omaha) trailer, taken during the summer of 1959 at Eastern Express' Metuchen, NJ terminal.
A view of the yard with the Lincoln Mercury plant on the other side of U.S. 1 (the auto plant is no longer there), taken during the summer of 1959 at Eastern Express' Metuchen, NJ terminal. A Southern Plaza Express (Dallas) trailer parked at the shop entrance, taken during the summer of 1959 at Eastern Express' Metuchen, NJ terminal. An Eastern Express Mack, taken by John Mason near Bedford, PA in 1959.
An Eastern Express White, maybe stuck on the shoulder of the highway, taken by John Mason near Bedford, PA in 1959. An Eastern Express White 3000, Eastern Express sent thispictures to Fred in the mid 50's, An Eastern Express Mack, Eastern Express sent thispictures to Fred in the mid 50's,
An Eastern Expres Mack tractor, taken in the spring of 1956 at exit 25 of the Pennsylvania Turnpike. An International pulling a Consolidated Freightways trailer, taken in the spring of 1956 at exit 25 of the Pennsylvania Turnpike. An Eastern Express White, taken on the Ohio Turnpike in September 1958.
An Eastern Express Mack, taken on the Ohio Turnpike in September 1958. These two Eastern Express Macks, were taken somewhere in NJ or PA in 1955 or 1956
Eastern Express White, taken at the Ft. Lee (NJ) diner. Eastern Express White tractor with a Consolidated Freightways, taken at the Ft. Lee (NJ) diner. Eastern Express Ford, taken at the Ft. Lee (NJ) diner.
Eastern Express Ford, taken at the Ft. Lee (NJ) diner. Eastern Express Ford, taken down the hill in Ft. Lee, a half-mile or so from the diner in around 1955 or 1956.. Eastern Express White, taken at the Ft. Lee (NJ) diner in 1955 or 1956. This could be used for city work.
Eastern Express Chevrolet tractor, taken at the Ft. Lee (NJ) diner in 1955 or 1956. This could be used for city work. Eastern Express Ford, taken at the Ft. Lee (NJ) diner in 1955 or 1956. This could be used for city work. Eastern Express Ford, taken at the Ft. Lee (NJ) diner in 1955 or 1956. This could be used for city work.
Eastern Express P&D International at the Ft. Lee diner. Another Eastern Express P&D International at the Ft. Lee diner. Eastern Express P&D Chev at the Ft. Lee diner.
Eastern Express White at the Ft. Lee diner.






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