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Location: Malle, Belgium.
Date: October 2004.
Truck: DAF 95XF SpaceCab.
Company, homebase: Van Bijnen. Nieuwkuijk, Holland.
Remarks: Taken while this DAF was waiting to be unload at the Allcrump chocolatspread factory.
Location: Malle, Belgium.
Date: October 2004.
Truck: MAN Commander.
Company, homebase: Tax Transport. Achtmaal, Holland.
Remarks: And this classic MAN was also waiting to be unload at the Allcrump chocolatspread factory.
Location: Zaltbommel, Holland.
Date: October 2004.
Truck: Scania 164L Topline.
Company, homebase: Van Nijnatten. Schijf, Holland.
Remarks: Taken at the Hartog & Bikker warehouse, while this rig was waited to be unload.
Location: Zaltbommel, Holland.
Date: October 2004.
Truck: Scania 114G.
Company, homebase: AAFES. United States of America.
Remarks: Yes, this Scania belongs to the AAFES. AAFES is the U.S. Forces food haulier. In Europe they have Scania and Freightliner tractors. Unfortunally for me they showed up that day with a Scania. I rather prefer to see a Freightliner. They have some old type Freightliner cabovers, and the Freightliner Argosy. This picture is taken while this rig is loading foodsupplies at the Hartog & Bikker warehouse for the U.S. Forces in Germany.
Location: Bergeijk, Holland.
Date: October 2004.
Remarks: I was on my way from Maastricht to Oosterhout that Friday. On the radio and the cb I was warned about a large trafficjam near Eindhoven of 17 km long! So I deciced to cut of Eindhoven and take the mainroad south of Eindhoven to Oosterhout. That is a 2 lane highway with lot's of roudabout's, but hey, everything is better than a 17 km trafficjam! There was a small queue on this highway near Bergeijk. And then it happens in front of my truck. A scootmobile came from the right, ignoring the stopsign, crossed the road, and suddenly it was slammed by the VW Golf at the left of the picture.............
Location: Bergeijk, Holland.
Date: October 2004.
Remarks: .............The first truck, a DAF tractor was able to brake and could avoid the accident. After all, it was only the tractor. The second one, a Renault, hit the brakes, but couldn't avoid the DAF because he was full loaded. The driver of the scootmobile was wounded, but all the other people, involve at this, had nothing. For me it was just like a movie, watching this scenery, the noise of the brakes, 2 crash bangs, a screaming person in the scootmobile. The road was blocked and all I could do was helping the people who had their first aid and were helping the man in the scootmobile..............
Location: Bergeijk, Holland.
Date: October 2004.
Remarks: ...........As you can see on this picture the VW Golf was nearly damaged. The scootmobile was total loss. After 2 hours we all could continueing our trip. After all, maybe that 17 km traffic jam wasn't so bad after all................
All these pictures were taken after the victim was taken away by an ambulance due to privacy reasons.
Location: Zaltbommel, Holland.
Date: November 2004.
Truck: DAF XF SpaceCab.
Company, homebase: Kuijf. Zegveld, Holland.
Remarks: Taken while this DAF was waiting to be unloaded at the Hartog & Bikker warehouse.
Location: Zaltbommel, Holland.
Date: November 2004.
Truck: Scania 143H Streamline.
Company, homebase: Ruyssen. Dentergem, Belgium.
Remarks: Taken while this rig was waiting for a load of foodsupplies at the Hartog & Bikker terminal
Location: Zaltbommel, Holland.
Date: November 2004.
Truck: DAF 95XF SuperSpaceCab.
Company, homebase: Jan van de Werken. Holland.
Remarks: This DAF was parked up at the other side of the street near the Hartog & Bikker warehouse.
Location: Rochefort, Belgium.
Date: November 2004.
Truck: Scania 114L Topline.
Company, homebase: Reijnders. Meerssen, Holland.
Remarks: Unloading beerbotlles in the middle of the Belgian Ardennes, at the Abbey of Saint Remy. The monks of this abbey are brewing a delicious beer. The scenery at that moment was very "untrucking". The quietness of the Ardennes, singing monks in the church at the peacefull abbey. All this was only interrupted by a forklifter! Yeah, that's trucking to.......................
Location: Meer, Belgium.
Date: December 2004.
Truck: Volvo FH12 Globetrotter XL
Company, homebase: P. Aaltonen. S�kyl�, Finland.
Remarks: A long way from home. Taken at the Joost truckstop.
Location: St Pieters Leeuw, Belgium.
Date: December 2004.
Truck: Scania 144L Topline.
Company, homebase: Wim Meskens. Mollem-Asse, Belgium.
Remarks: "The Magic Force" was taken at the Interbrew brewerie.
Location: St. Pieters Leeuw, Belgium.
Date: December 2004.
Truck: Scania 113M Streamline.
Company, homebase: Unknown. Rig is registered in Russia.
Remarks: Taken at the Interbrew brewerie.
Location: Floreffe, Belgium.
Date: December 2004.
Truck: Volvo FH12 Globetrotter.
Company, homebase: Dimatra. Stekene, Belgium.
Remarks: Taken while the driver was waiting at his papers at the Materne-Confilux marmelade factory.
Location: Maastricht, Holland.
Date: December 2004.
Truck: DAF 95XF SpaceCab.
Company, homebase: Plutrans. Maastricht, Holland.
Remarks: Plutrans is taken over by Vos a while ago, however this rig is still having the Plutrans livery. Taken at the SGT Tank cleaning.
Location: Maastricht, Holland.
Date: December 2004.
Truck: Scania 124L
Company, homebase: Roos. Germany.
Remarks: Taken at the SGT Tank cleaning.
Location: Maastricht, Holland.
Date: December 2004.
Truck: Scania 114L Topline.
Company, homebase: Redder. Staphorst, Holland.
Remarks: Taken at the SGT Tank cleaning.
Location: Maastricht, Holland.
Date: December 2004.
Truck: Scania 124L Topline.
Company, homebase: G. Bosman. Nisse, Holland.
Remarks: Taken at the BSN Glasspack plant in Maastricht.
Location: Zaltbommel, Holland.
Date: December 2004.
Truck: Scania 144L Topline.
Company, homebase: Hervé Mampaert. Belgium.
Remarks: This one is taken after loading at the Hartog & Bikker warehouse in Zaltbommel.
Location: Kapelle-Biezelinge, Holland.
Date: December 2004.
Truck: Volvo FH12.
Company, homebase: Hendrickx. Hulshout, Belgium.
Remarks: This Volvo is taken at the Coroos preserving factory.
Location: Maastricht-Aachen Airport. Holland.
Date: January 2005.
Remarks: At this picture you see an Antonov-124 unloading at the airport near Maastricht. Only one plane is bigger than this An-124 and that's the Antonov-225. Now how many truckloads can this giant loading? At this picture you see 3 rigs waited for their load.
Location: Maastricht-Aachen Airport. Holland.
Date: January 2005.
Remarks: At this picture you see 5 rigs, so that's 8 rigs for one Antonov-124. In the background you see number 5 in the list of flying giants, a Boeing 747 Jumbo-Jet.
Location: Maastricht-Aachen Airport. Holland.
Date: January 2005.
Remarks: What can I say. Do we, European truckers, having small cabs. Or is the Antonov having huge engines. Now we can compare this all. This gigantic Antonov-124 is owned by the Russian cargoairliner Volga Dnepr.



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