Ken Goudy Collection

Canadian Carrier Collection

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Here is an Atomic Trucking Western Star taken near Revelstoke, BC. Here is an Arnold Brothers Transportation Mack. Here is a Clark Refrigerated Service Ford.
Here is picture of a Canadian Pacific Express Freightliner, sitting along side of Highway 1.
This is from Ken Goudy's collection.
Here is a CP Express & Transport International.
This is part of Ken Goudy's collection.
Here is a Day & Ross Ford.
This is from Ken Goudy's collection.
Here are pictures of three trucks all belonging to the same company. Kingsway and Consolidated Fastfrate were bought out by Cabano Transport Ltd in 1992.
Here is a picture of John Labatt's White truck fleet. These are models 810T. The picture was taken in 1944. This picture was taken in 1939. It shows two White tractor trailer units, models 805T and 819T.
This is from Ken Goudy's collection.
Here is another unique looking White that was owned by John Labatt's Ltd. This truck or one like it went to Vancouver, BC in 1986 for Expo.
This is from Ken Goudy's collection.
Here is a picture of a Labatt's of BC Freightliner. The truck is from the New Westminster, BC brewery. Here is a Western Star belonging to MacDonnell Fuels Ltd. from the province of Ontario. Here is a picture of a Mack which is contracted to haul groceries for Overwaitea Foods.
This is part of Ken Goudy's collection.
This is a picture of a Reimer Express Ltd. Mack with sleeper. This picture show a Ford belonging to Roberts Transport from Quebec.
This is from Ken Goudy's collection.
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Here is a brand new Canadian Kenworth cab-over belonging to Sawarne Lumber Company. This picture was taken outside the Burnaby, BC Kenworth plant in 1964. In the background you can see the BC Seattle office, which was also LASME's BC office.
This is part of Ken Goudy's collection.
Here is a picture of Kenworth belonging to Williams Moving and Storage. They also haul for Sears Stores in BC and Alberta.
This picture is part of Ken Goudy's collection.
Here is a picture of a Freightliner B-Train bulk carrier belonging to Trimac.
This is from Ken Goudy's collection.
Here is a picture of a Motorways Ford with a set of doubles. The truck is out of Port Coquitlam, BC.
Here is a picture of Trans Western Express GMC pulling a short tandem axle trailer.
This picture is part of Ken Goudy's collection.
Here is a picture of an International tractor and short trailer hauling for H & H Trucking Ltd. of Calgary Alberta.
This is from Ken Goudy's collection.
Here is a picture of a Medalta Transpoprt Ltd. International.
Here is a picture of Kleysen Volvo city tractor pulling a 53' tri_axle trailer.
This picture is part of Ken Goudy's collection.
Here is a picture of a Hi-Way 13 Transport Ltd. International. The company is from Drumheller, Alberta.
This is from Ken Goudy's collection.
Here is a D.S. Scott Canadian Kenworth.
This is from Ken Goudy's collection.
Here are two promotional pictures taken in Calgary, Alberta for B-Line Fast Freight Ltd. These pictures are from Ken Goudy's collection. Here is an Arrow Transport Hayes conventional, which is about a 1964 Hayes.
Here is a photo of two Mack cabovers which were used by Bel-Van Freightlines. Bel-Van was short for Bella Coola and Vancouver. The picture was taken in Vancouver, BC in the 1970's. These photos were given to Ken by Don Widdis, who owned Bel-Van and Widdis Truck Line. Here is a photo of a Mack cabover which were used by Widdis Truck Lines. This photo was given to Ken by Don Widdis who owned Bel-Van and Widdis Truck Line. This Mack 6 wheeler was taken at the dock in Bella Coola. The road over the mountains through the Chilcotin was the only way into the town of Bella Coola, BC except by small float plane in the early 80's and before.
Here is a photo from Hodgson Freightways Ltd. of Williams Lake, BC. They also serve the Chilcotin, and are competitors to Don Widdis, Widdis Truck Lines. This picture taken early 70s. on Highway from Williams lake out west towards Anahiem Lake and other communities along the way.



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