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Many of the images on this page were taken by Vic Rowlinson, the Brock Family, Frank Milne, Omer Pelletier and Others.
Thank you all for taken these pictures and making them available for all to enjoy.
     
J.S. Brock Trucking Number One One of Brock's earlier trucks working at the Long Beach area (Ucleulet - Tofino area) Largest truck on Tofino airport job was an International tandem from Chilliwack
     
Pictures of trucks parked at Brock's house on the Somass River on the road to Port Alberni Airport
Jerry playing on the ariport road Jerry's first tandem. Working in Ucluelet.
Parked here on the road down to the seaplane hangers
Jerry's trucks & Scoopmobile & Ranchero on Victoria Quay
(at the old log dump by the Three Sisters Cafe)
Trucks parked near Jerry's house on the old airport road. Jerry's truck is in the center. The trucks on either side belong to Wakeman & Trimble.
     
Number 5 getting finishing touches at Hayes in Vancouver The Ranchero
   

Taken on Airport Road near old house
Driver is Hank Vandermast

In Franklin River yard. Jack Fix and Carl Tuttle Trucks parked at the new house at the top of Golden Street
Golden Street home under construction Logging trucks at Arrowsmith Engineering
(Butterworth's)
Trucks in Vernon - Nimpkish area
Number 5 & 7 were converted from gravel trucks    
    Number 21 parked at Victoria Quay
New Hayes dumps New Hayes dumps New Hayes dumps
New Hayes dumps    
     
   
   
   
  In Franklin River yard. Jack Fix and Carl Tuttle  
The small stakes were used because the loads were transferred to rail cars
   
   
   
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Logs being unloaded off the truck on to a rail car
Jerry's plane
Seen in this picture: Tim, Jenny, Tammy and Michelle
One in a fleet of new Hayes trucks for the north part
of Vancouver Island
 
    Number 22
Number 28 after it was flipped off of a barge
Number 22 One of Brock's Ford's is just visible to the right of the first spar loaded on a barge Accidents seem to be a part of working in the Charlotte's
Grade shovel off its matts
One of Brock's trucks backed over the end of a turnaround    
     
     
     
     
     
     






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