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1952 LT Mack 1930s Chevrolet Log Truck
1954 W128 White Log Truck 1959 International West Coaster Another Shot of 59 International West Coaster
1966 Autocar 1948 W28 White Private Road Log Truck Believe it or not the driver of this rig lived, bailing out before the truck hit the embankment. Picture Taken near Powers Oregon
Brand new 1948 W28 White Private Road Log Truck 1930s Chevrolet Piling Truck Lineup of 1948 and ‘49 W28 White Private Road Log Trucks
Part of the Goodell Trucking fleet in Reedsport Oregon Truck #8 1966 Autocar with a three log load Pair of Goodell 1966 Autocars
1948 International KB11 1960 International West Coaster Taken January of 1969 in Siletz Oregon A 1966 Goodell Autocar with a three log load
1950 International L210 Taken 1959 in Powers Oregon; Owned and Operated by Dewy Goodell The same 1950 International L210 Hauling this Enormous Spruce out of Euchre Creek, a tributary of the Siletz River. It was logged in 1956 by Johnny Yasek. The log took two cats and a arch to move the log from its original location to the landing. The log was to large to be loaded with the tongs of the line machine, so they had to use straps and load the log onto the truck one end at a time. The Truck was owned and operated by Dewey Goodell, whom said that it was the largest log he had ever hauled on his truck. The log had a 13 ft diameter at the butt end which made it to large to go under the railroad trestle that at the time crossed the Siletz highway at the top of Newton Hill. The took the log to the shop at Sams Creek where it was later loaded onto a rail car and hauled to the sawmill in Toledo Oregon. One-log load on a 1966 Autocar, taken in front of the house in Siletz
J. L. Goodell # 16 1974 Western Star (left) sitting alongside Dewey L. Goodell’s 1976 Western Star J. L. Goodell #5 1982 Western Star with new trailer and bunk equipment at the shop in Toledo OR in ‘82 Another shot of #5
Goodell #6 1974 Western Star Goodell #4 1982 Western Star Kit taken at the shop in Toledo From Left to Right, a 1980 Western Star, Dewey Goodell’s 1980 Western Star, and a Goodell Freightliner taken at the 1981 Timber Carnival in Albany Oregon
1971 Western Star (right) and 1973 Western Star (left). Taken in front of the house in Siletz, OR 1971 Western Star (left) and 1974 Western Star (right) 3 log load for the summer festival parade in Toledo, Oregon in the late 1970s
1979 Goodell Freightliner Cabover and a Western Star near the Oregon-Washington border on the way back from Spokane WA with 2 new chip trailers. 1974 Western Star with a late 80's model hood, Truck # 169 taken at the shop in Toledo Oregon 1987 Western Star Truck #32 at the factory in Canada
1987 Western Star Truck #30 with a 4 log load, taken at the shop in Toledo. 1987 Western Star, Truck # 32 1987 Western Star Truck # 17 at the shop in Toledo
197_ Western Star owned by Allan C_____ of __________; Taken ______________ Brand new 1986 Western Star, Truck # 24 at the shop in Toledo Goodell #6; 1974 Western Star pulling chips
Goodell #10; 1988 Western Star kit taken at the shop in Toledo Goodell #14; 1979 Western Star brand new at the shop Goodell #17 1987 Western Star at the shop
Goodell #16 as a mule train Goodell #17 1987 Western Star Kit at the factory in Canada 1979 Frieghtliner Cabover leaving California with new chip trailer
Line up of new Western Stars at the factory in Canada Old #6 1973 Western Star with a one log load 1951 Kenworth, Bought new by Geargia Pacific of Toledo, Purchased by us in the early 90s and painted.
Truck #1; 1972 Western Star brand new at the shop in Toledo Truck #11; 1974 Western Star leaving ths shop in Toledo, headed for the export dock in Newport Oregon Truck #11 dumping at the export yard
Truck #16; 1974 Western Star with a 80's model hood. Goodell #31 (left) 1989 Western Star alongside Goodell #5 1982 Western Star Truck #169
1996 Kenworth T800; Goodell #53 at Whit-log in Wilbur Oregon, ready to be bunked up 1996 Kenworth T800; Goodell #54 at the Shop in Toledo #5 1982 Western Star and #00 1955 Autocar in the line up area of the Toledo Summer Festival Parade, taken in 1994
#00 1955 Autocar at the Prineville Timber Carnival Parade in Prineville Oregon, 1993 #00 Dumping the parade load at the Crown Pacific mill in Prineville after the parade. Truck #00 fresh out of the shop from a complete frame up restoration in 1984, taken at the shop in Toledo
Truck #00 being loaded at the Toledo shop yard, going to the export yard in Newport, Oregon in 1985 Goodell #00 Loading near Camp 12, Siletz Oregon 1985
#00 pulling the Toledo Elks float in the Toledo Summer Festival Parade in 1993 1987 Woodburn Truck Drags #00 pulling off the line at the Woodburn Truck Drags in 1987
Another shot of "Smokey" (#00) pulling off the line at the Woodburn Truck Drags J.L. Goodell #28 1985 Western Star Mule Train with a one log load on the truck and a one log load on the trailer. Taken at the shop in c 1993 Another Shot of #28
J.L. Goodell #16 1976 Western Star dumping at the G.P. Mill in Toldedo Ore. J.L. Goodell #5 1983 Western Star taken on top of the Ox Bow, near Reedsport Oregon Goodell #4 1983 Western Star Coming out of the Ox Bow
Goodell #5 1983 Western Star sitting at the G.P. mill in Toledo with a three log load in early 1984 Another shot of Goodell #4 coming out of the Ox Bow Goodell #5 offloading a Skadgit tube at Ross Equip. Co. In Eugene Ore
J.L. Goodell #7 1976 Kenworth and Dewey Goodell’s 1976 Western Star taken in Siletz Ore J.L. Goodell #6 and #7 at the old shop in Toledo Ore 70's Western Star owned by Tonja Goodell, Taken at mill in Eugene with a load of cores
J.L. Goodell #15 1978 Western Star taken at the old shop in Toledo Old Goodell #5 1967 Autocar with a newer style Autocar hood taken at the old shop in Toledo J.L. Goodell #16 taken in front of house in Siletz Ore
J.L. Goodell #7 1976 Kenworth taken up in the woods near Siletz Ore Old #5 with about 3 times too much weight, taken at the old shop in Toledo Ore. J.L. Goodell #1 with a load taken at the old shop in Toledo Ore.
Goodell #7 and Dewey Goodell’s Taken at the house in Siletz, Ore with the driver Rob Phinney and Dewey’s oldest children D.J. and Penny J.L. Goodell #16 with a load of Forest Service timber coming out of the South Track in Toledo Oregon J.L. Goodell #17 1975 Western Star with a load of cores from Eugene Ore. Dumping in Toledo Ore
Another shot of Old #5 J.L. Goodell #15 1978 Western Star with a chip trailer on Another shot of #15
Another shot of #17 at mill in Toledo, Oregon A picture of Jim L. Goodell’s first truck a 1955 Autocar taken behind the school in Siletz Ore in the early 60's Another shot of J.L. Goodell’s first truck when it was his father Dewey’s
A 1947 White driven by J.L. taken in 1950 up the Siletz River Gorge. The truck is Owned by C.D. Johnson Lumber Co. Of Toledo Ore, later bought out by Georgia Pacific. Another shot of the ‘47 White A shot of the ‘47 White as J.L. is wrapping it up and the loader operator is getting ready to strap the load to shift it to the center of the truck
1948 International KB11 owned by J.L.’s father Dewey with a one log load off of Euchre Mountain in Siletz, Ore taken at the Toledo Tokyo Dump A one log load off of Cedar Creek, near Siletz Ore being rolled off the truck onto the train at Camp 12 Train Shop because the log was to high to make it under the train trestle at the top of Nueton Hill


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