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Location: Oosterhout. Holland.
Date: September 2004.
Truck: Scania 124L.
Company, homebase: Fam Nolet. Schiedam, Holland.
Remarks: This T cab Scania is mostly hauling Jenever, a very strong Dutch alcoholic drink, throughout The Netherlands. But in this case driver Cor van Ark was waiting for a load of brand new jeneverbottles at the Rietveld warehouse in Oosterhout.
Location: Helmond, Holland.
Date: September 2004.
Truck: Scania 144G Topline.
Company, homebase: T. van Zoggel. Loosbroek, Holland.
Remarks: This one is taken while it was waiting to be load a coffeemilkpowder factory in Helmond.
Location: Meerssen, Holland.
Date: September 2004.
Truck: Scania 113M Streamline.
Company, homebase: Reijnders. Meerssen, Holland.
Remarks: This Scania is hauling air cargo throughout The Netherlands for Schiphol Express at Maastricht-Aachen Airport
Location: Near Hamburg, Germany.
Date: September 2004.
Remarks: Northbound highway A-1. Some interesting German cities signposted here!
Location: Oosterhout, Holland.
Date: September 2004.
Truck: Scania 113M Streamline.
Company, homebase: Millenaar. Oude Meer, Holland.
Remarks: Taken while this classic Scania is loading at the Rietveld terminal
Location: Dongen, Holland.
Date: September 2004.
Truck: Scania 164L Topline.
Company, homebase: Tilborg. Giessen, Holland.
Remarks: Taken while this rig was waiting for a load of glassjars at the Rexam glassplant in Dongen
Location: Near Oirschot, Holland.
Date: September 2004.
Remarks: Eastbound highway A-58. A friendly rainbow in the sky. But more to the left, and not on this picture, there was a black sky and a heavy thunderstorm. This thunderstorm and more other thunderstorms that day, belonged to the leftovers of hurricane Charly as it passed The Netherlands.
Location: Zonhoven, Belgium.
Date: September 2004.
Truck: Scania 144L Topline.
Company, homebase: GuidoTrans. Mechelen, Belgium.
Remarks: No, I have nothing to do with it! That's coincidence! However, this rig is taken at the waiting area at the Konings refillery in Zonhoven.
Location: Near Attigny, France.
Date: September 2004.
Remarks: Southbound the D 987. That's why a love France. Quiet highways, less trafficjams, friendly people. Altough my French is horrible, I really like France. That day I was on my way from Gronsveld to Appoigny nearby Auxerre. I choose for the road via Chalons en Champagne instead of the highway via Paris. No regrets about that!
Location: Near Mazagran, France.
Date: September 2004.
Remarks: Southbound the D977. With at 50 km to my right the city of Reims. 60 km in front of me there's the city of Chalons en Champagne. I used to drive in this area very often when I was driving for Agritrans in Eijsden, Holland. For that haulier, I always loaded straw for Holland in this wide area. If you see these friendly hills on this picture, it is hardly to imagine that thousands and thousands of soldiers killed here in these hills in Worldwar 1.
Location: Appoigny, France.
Date: September 2004.
Truck: Renault Premium.
Company, homebase: Perrin. France.
Remarks: Taken at a waitingarea in Appoigny.



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