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Location: Crailsheim. Germany.
Date: September 2005.
Truck: DAF XF SpaceCab.
Company, homebase: Pallanits. Vienna, Austria.
Remarks: Now before you all sick and tired of my landscape pictures, I will show you some big rigs again. Four and a half hour drive, starting in Wegscheid brought me into the Esso truckstop in Crailsheim. After a lunch I had some time to take a walk with my camera over their parking. This DAF was the first picture I took.
Location: Crailsheim. Germany.
Date: September 2005.
Truck: Renault Premium.
Company, homebase: Deltasped. Hungary.
Remarks: Taken at the Esso truckstop.
Location: Crailsheim. Germany.
Date: September 2005.
Truck: Iveco Stralis.
Company, homebase: Unknown. Rig is registered in Romania.
Remarks: Taken at the Esso truckstop.
Location: Crailsheim. Germany.
Date: September 2005.
Truck: Volvo FH12 Globetrotter.
Company, homebase: U.S. Army. United States of America.
Remarks: 2 U.S registered Volvo's at the Esso truckstop. A rare sight, because I didn't knew the U.S. Army had Volvo's....Hmmm, a Volvo VN was much better than this Globetrotter........Maybe an idea!?
Location: Crailsheim. Germany.
Date: September 2005.
Truck: Volvo FH12 Globetrotter.
Company, homebase: Peter Vogel. Burgwald, Austria.
Remarks: Taken at the Esso truckstop.
Location: Crailsheim. Germany.
Date: September 2005.
Truck: Renault Magnum.
Remarks: You won't believe when I write here that the truckdriver of this tractor parked his vehicle on top of another rig.......I'm glad you do not believe me.........Here you see a brand new Renault on the back of a Deltasped rig on it's way to Hungary....That's more like it, isn't it?
Location: Bingen. Germany.
Date: September 2005.
Remarks: Northbound highway A-61. I heard the German truckers call the A-61 "Die Holländer autobahn" ( The Dutchie highway ), that's because a lot of Dutch rigs using the A-61. It's an important connection from the Netherlands to the south of Germany, Switzerland, and Italy.
From Hockenheim ( that's where the A-61 starts ) till Bingen highway A-61 is pretty flat, but as you can see on this picture, the "mountains" are wating for me, because the next 100 kilometres are going up and down. Thereafter it's only a 130 kilometres flat highway to an even more flat Holland. At the end at highway A-61 there's the Dutch stateborder near the city of Venlo.
Location: Koblenz. Germany.
Date: September 2005.
Remarks: Northbound highway A-61. Going down into the Moselvalley near Koblenz. Actually after the right turn on this picture there's the Moselvalley overpass, a large bridge where the Mosel is about 300 metres below you! Now you wonder why I didn't took a picture of that.........After this picture my batteries were dead.................Shit happens, even now!!!! Taking a picture while I'm driving is a guess. I'm just holding my camera in the air and push the button. When the picture is ok, I'm lucky....Changeing the batteries while I'm driving...NO WAY!! That's why people founded restarea's.........!
Location: Rheinbach. Germany.
Date: September 2005.
Truck: Scania 113M Streamline.
Company, homebase: Heisterkamp. Oldenzaal, Holland.
Remarks: After almost 9 hours driving I made a break at the northbound Peppenhoven restarea at highway A-61. I had still 1 hour and 15 minutes to go, and that's just enough to reach the German-Dutch stateborder. But the law says 45 minutes rest after another 4 and a half hour drive and so I did. I grabbed my camera and took a picture of this classic Scania.
Location: Rheinbach. Germany.
Date: September 2005.
Truck: Renault Magnum.
Company, homebase: Sohatrans. Hungary.
Remarks: And this rig was my next victim at the Peppenhoven restarea.
Location: Rheinbach. Germany.
Date: September 2005.
Truck: DAF XF SpaceCab.
Company, homebase: Edgard Vermaas. Haaften, Holland.
Remarks: This good looking DAF was also parked up at the Peppenhoven rest area.
Location: Rheinbach. Germany.
Date: September 2005.
Truck: Volvo FH12 Globetrotter.
Company, homebase: Reijnders. Boxtel, Holland.
Remarks: Another Reijnders taken at the Peppenhoven rest area. No, the Reijnders I'm working for and this Reijnders are no family.
Location: Rheinbach. Germany.
Date: September 2005.
Truck: Scania 114L Topline.
Company, homebase: Maters. Huissen, Holland.
Remarks: Taken at the Peppenhoven restarea.
Location: Rheinbach. Germany.
Date: September 2005.
Truck: Renault Magnum.
Company, homebase: Pekaes. Poland.
Remarks: Taken at the Peppenhoven rest area.
Location: Rheinbach. Germany.
Date: September 2005.
Truck: DAF 95XF SpaceCab.
Company, homebase: Michalovce. Slovakia.
Remarks: Taken at the Peppenhoven rest area.
Location: Rheinbach. Germany.
Date: September 2005.
Truck: Mercedes-Benz Actros.
Company, homebase: Gebr Sauels. Viersen, Germany.
Remarks: Taken at the Peppenhoven rest area.
Location: Rheinbach. Germany.
Date: September 2005.
Truck: Mercedes-Benz Actros Megaspace.
Company, homebase: Waberer's. Hungary.
Remarks: Taken at the Peppenhoven rest area.
Location: Rheinbach. Germany.
Date: September 2005.
Truck: Mercedes-Benz Actros Megaspace.
Company, homebase: Barsoe. Padborg, Denmark.
Remarks: This rig is actually German registered, so I guess this is a German haulier. But there are no other marks on it, then Barsoe's. Taken at the Peppenhoven rest area.
Location: Rheinbach. Germany.
Date: September 2005.
Truck: MAN TGA XXL.
Company, homebase: Südtrans. Germany.
Remarks: Taken at the Peppenhoven rest area.
Location: Rheinbach. Germany.
Date: September 2005.
Truck: Scania 164L Topline.
Company, homebase: ACP/ Rohrich. Germany.
Remarks: This Scania was also parked up at the Peppenhoven rest area.
Location: Rheinbach. Germany.
Date: September 2005.
Truck: Scania 164L Topline.
Company, homebase: Rohrich. Germany.
Remarks: This good looking Scania is taken at the Peppenhoven rest area.
Location: Rheinbach. Germany.
Date: September 2005.
Truck: Volvo FH12 Globetrotter XL.
Company, homebase: Hendrix. Holland.
Remarks: Taken at the Peppenhoven rest area.
Location: Rheinbach. Germany.
Date: September 2005.
Truck: MAN F2000.
Company, homebase: Post Kogeko. Maasland, Holland.
Remarks: A classic MAN, taken at the Peppenhoven rest area.
Location: Rheinbach. Germany.
Date: September 2005.
Truck: MAN TGA XL.
Company, homebase: Geiger. Ansbach, Germany.
Remarks: Taken at the Peppenhoven rest area.
Location: Rheinbach. Germany.
Date: September 2005.
Truck: Scania 114L Topline.
Company, homebase: Post Kogeko. Maasland, Holland.
Remarks: Taken at the Peppenhoven rest area.
Location: Rheinbach. Germany.
Date: September 2005.
Truck: Scania 124L.
Company, homebase: MarTi Trans. Beograd, Serbia.
Remarks: Taken at the Peppenhoven rest area.
Location: Rheinbach. Germany.
Date: September 2005.
Truck: Scania 164L Topline.
Company, homebase: Fazekas. Hungary.
Remarks: This Hungarian Scania was the last picture for that day at the Peppenhoven rest area.
Location: Rotterdam-Maasvlakte. Holland.
Date: September 2005.
Remarks: Approaching the end of the Germany-tour. The port of Rotterdam. At the right you see the warehouse where I unloaded the wood. The wood had as destination the United Kingdom. After unloading I headed for the BSN Glassplant in Schiedam for a load of bottles for the Rietveld warehouse in Oosterhout. In Oosterhout I loaded bottles for my next long trip: La Clayette in France. But first I could enjoy my weekend. On Sunday evening I headed for La Clayette again..........
Location: Near Nuits-St Georges. France.
Date: September 2005.
Truck: Scania 144L Topline.
Company, homebase: Van De Poel. Bouwel
Remarks: On my way to La Clayette. After a desent sleep in Luxemburg that Sunday night, I was continuing my trip down south. After four and a half hour drive, I needed to take a brake according the HOS. That's what I did at this southbound restarea at highway A-31. The first picture on that restarea was this Belgian Scania.
Location: Near Nuits-St. Georges. France.
Date: September 2005.
Truck: Volvo FH12 Globetrotter.
Company, homebase: Abraham. Andenne, Belgium.
Remarks: Taken on a southbound rest area at highway A-31.
Location: Near Nuits-St. Georges. France.
Date: September 2005.
Truck: Volvo FH12 Globetrotter.
Company, homebase: van Heur. Weert, Holland.
Remarks: Taken on a southbound rest area at highway A31.
Location: Near Nuits-St. Georges. France.
Date: September 2005.
Truck: Scania 114L Topline.
Company, homebase: VACO International. Kaulille, Belgium.
Remarks: Taken on a southbound rest area at highway A-31.
Location: Near Nuits-St. Georges. France.
Date: September 2005.
Truck: Mercedes-Benz Actros.
Company, homebase: Adam Offergeld. Würselen, Germany.
Remarks: This rig is hauling glass too. But no jars or bottles like I do, but glass for windows, cars, etc. Taken on a southbound rest area at highway A-31.
Location: Near Nuits-St. Georges. France.
Date: September 2005.
Truck: DAF XF SuperSpaceCab.
Company, homebase: Ziegler. France.
Remarks: Taken on a southbound rest area at highway A-31.
Location: Near Nuits-St. Georges. France.
Date: September 2005.
Truck: Mercedes-Benz Actros Megaspace.
Company, homebase: Lux. Borgloon, Belgium.
Remarks: Taken on a southbound rest area at highway A-31.
Location: Near Nuits-St. Georges. France.
Date: September 2005.
Truck: Mercedes-Benz Actros Megaspace.
Company, homebase: Claude Heiss. Metz-Actipole, France.
Remarks: This rig has a higher toproof as the usual Megaspace's. But it is a movingcompany, so I guess this creates extra space to sleep with more than 2 persons. Taken on a southbound rest area at highway A-31.
Location: Macon. France.
Date: September 2005.
Remarks: Soutbound highway A-6. Macon is a gateway to the different area's of southern-Europe. Straight on you will go to southern France. Places like Lyon, Marseille, Nice and Monte Carlo are only within 4 hours from here. Straight on brings you also in Spain. The exit of higway A-40 brings you into Switzerland and Italy. As you see Milan is already sign posted here.
Location: Near La Roche Vineuse. France.
Date: September 2005.
Remarks: Beautifull France! Westbound Route National N79. I'm less than an hour of La Clayette here. Great scenery!
Location: La Clayette. France.
Date: September 2005.
Remarks: A real French scenery, the town of La Clayette.
Location: La Clayette.
Date: September 2005.
Remarks: Completely off topic but it looks awsome, Chateau de La Clayette...........
Location: La Clayette. France.
Date: September 2005.
Remarks: Rue De La Promenade in La Clayette. The lake at the left is called Le Grand Étang.
Location: Aigueperse. France.
Date: September 2005.
Remarks: Aigueperse. A typical small French village. Peacful and quiet.....Until Guido was passing through with his Scania!!
Location: Near La Roche Vineuse. France.
Date: September 2005.
Remarks: Eastbound Route National N79. After unloading in La Clayette I headed for Toul, where I loaded a bunch of toilet paper.
Location: Near Langres. France.
Date: September 2005.
Truck: Iveco Stralis.
Company, homebase: Star. Italy.
Remarks: For once I took a nightstop at the northbound rest area near Langres. For once because I use to stop only at truckstops. The first picture I took was this Italian Iveco.
Location: Near Langres. France.
Date: September 2005.
Truck: Volvo FH12 Globetrotter.
Company, homebase: Interlimits. Girona, Spain.
Remarks: Taken on a northbound rest area at highway A-31.



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