Los Angeles Seattle Motor Express Collection
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October 1959 article from MOTOR CARRIER about LASME and the sale to National City Lines, Inc. of Chicago.
Here is a picture of a Peterbilt belonging to LASME, pulling a set of double trailers.
This picture is from Ken Goudy's collection.
Here is a picture of the British Columbia version of LASME. The company name was BC Seattle Transport. This picture was taken in Seattle in the late 1940's.
This is part of Ken Goudy's collection.
Here is a Kenworth pulling a set of doubles for Los Angeles Seattle Motor Express. The picture is from a Kenworth ad.
This is part of Ken Goudy's collection.
Here is a picture of a pen and ink drawing of a LASME Peterbilt.
This picture is from Ken Goudy's collection.
Here is a picture of an older LASME Kenworth cabover pulling a set of doubles. This cab was one of the first designs after the "Bullnose" cabover.
This is part of Ken Goudy's collection.
Here is a picture of a LASME Kenworth pulling a canvas top trailer.
This is part of Ken Goudy's collection.
Here is a picture of a Kenworth belonging to LASME, pulling a regular van trailer.
This picture is from Ken Goudy's collection.
Here is a picture of a LASME Kenworth posing near the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, CA.
This is part of Ken Goudy's collection.
Here is a picture of a LASME Peterbilt "Bubblenose" truck and full trailer.
This is part of Ken Goudy's collection.
Here is a picture of a later 1950's Kenworth belonging to LASME, pulling a set pf doubles.
This picture is from Ken Goudy's collection.
Here is a picture of a LASME Peterbilt truck and full trailer profiled against the mountains.
This is part of Ken Goudy's collection.
Here is a picture of one of LASME's terminals.
This is part of Ken Goudy's collection.
Here is a rare picture of a Sterling cab-over truck and full trailer.
This picture is from Ken Goudy's collection.
Here is a picture of a LASME Peterbilt rig parked beside a small plane.
This is part of Ken Goudy's collection.
Here is a picture of a lineup of LASME Freightliners.
This is part of Ken Goudy's collection.
Here is a picture of a Peterbilt and Kenworth being serviced at one the LASME's terminals.
This picture is from Ken Goudy's collection.
Here is a Peterbilt "Bubblenose" truck and trailer sitting at a freight terminal. In the back ground is a Mack, belonging to Ocean Van Lines.
This is part of Ken Goudy's collection.
Here is a picture of a LASME Peterbilt loading or unloading some air freight.
This is part of Ken Goudy's collection.
Here is a picture of an International DCO-405 pulling a set of doubles.
This picture is from Ken Goudy's collection.
Here is a picture of another LASME terminal. The picture shows a mixture of Peterbilts, a Kenworth and an International truck.
This is part of Ken Goudy's collection.
Here is a picture of a LASME Kenworth conventional tractor and trailer.
This is part of Ken Goudy's collection.
Here is a profile picture of a Peterbilt tractor hooked up to a set of doubles.
This picture is from Ken Goudy's collection.
Here is a profile picture of a Peterbilt truck hooked up to a full trailer.
This is part of Ken Goudy's collection.
Here is a picture of a LASME Peterbilt conventional truck and full trailer.
This is part of Ken Goudy's collection.
Here is a promotional photo taken in about 1957 at Peace Portal at Blaine, WA border crossing. LASME/BC-Seattle Transport operations.
This picture is from Ken Goudy's collection.
Here is a Kenworth advertisement showing a LASME rig.
This is part of Ken Goudy's collection.
To see more ads go to the Truck Ads Web Page
Here is a picture of a Time Freightliner.
This picture is from Ken Goudy's collection.
A new Denver & Chicago Diamond T model 921 ready for a run to Seattle through the Rocky Mountains.
This is from Ken Goudy's collection.
TIME, Denver Chicago Trucking Company and Los Angeles Motor Express would eventually all merge together and become TIME-DC.
Posed Los Angeles Seattle Motor Express Kenworth taken across the bay from Seattle, WA.
Photos courtesy of Transport Trailer of Seattle.
LASME pup trailer.
Photo courtesy of Transport Trailer of Seattle.
LASME Kenworth with covered wagon trailer. Photo courtesy of Transport Trailer of Seattle. 1950's local GMC tractor.
Tim McFarland Collection
1956 GMC tractor and 1950 Pete.
Tim McFarland Collection
At the dock.
Tim McFarland Collection
Dock lineup and older Pete tractor.
Tim McFarland Collection
Dock lineup at Portland (possibly).
Tim McFarland Collection
Early 1950's Kenworth tractor with no sleeper.
Tim McFarland Collection
Seattle shops.
Tim McFarland Collection
Oscar was president and headed LASME when I worked there
Hendricks Refrigerated was the company that Oscar Hendrickson bought to start LASME
This rig was originally a straight truck that pulled a pull trailer. They mere used in the late 50s on the BC-Seattle division of the company. They also had some cut down to doubles tractors. Note that it must have snowed that day as it is chained up Peterbilt truck and trailer
Freightliner with 40' ragtop trailer at Seattle around 1958 LASME Kenworth COE #3120 LASME Kenworth sleeper


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