Miscellaneous Truck Pictures Around Langley
Photos taken during multiple days in March - August 2000
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Harrow Truck Lines Western Star, based out of Los Angeles, CA. Photo taken at alocal grocery store in June 2000. Border Carriers Kenworth. Photo taken at a local grocery store in July 2000. Co-op Volvo with van trailer taken along the Langley By-Pass. This picture was taken in July 2000.
Hunterline Trucking, based out of Salmon Arm, BC. Photo was taken along the Langley By-Pass in July 2000. Remple Brothers Kenworth cement truck. Photo was taken at Trinity Western Unitersity in Langley, BC in July 2000.
Here is an International Coke truck waiting to unload. Photo taken March 2000. Here is a picture of a Kenworth tandem axle truck turning on to the Langley by-pass. Photo taken March 2000. Here is a picture of a Big Freight Inc. Kenworth making a turn into Langley, BC. This picture was taken in May 2000.
Here are three views of a Canadian Freightways Freightliner captured in a parking lot in Langley, BC
Here are three views of a Motorways High-Tech Express Ford and specialized trailer. The trailer is one of 4 that were made for Motorways by Manac
Motorways High-Tech Express is a subsidiary of the TRI-WHITE Corp who also own TRI LINE and the White Pass & Yukon Railway.High Tech is the remaining company that started life as "Hill the Mover" in Hamilton Ont. before 1900.

Motorways bought it as a Moving and Storage business.Motorways was bought by Federal Industries of Winnipeg and run as their Western Canadian trucking division. They had a smallish operation in Ontario and into Montreal. To expand this they then bought Direct Winters, who had a larger Ontario operation, from INTERSTATE SYSTEM.

Federal fell on hard times and closed or sold all their trucking divsions except for High Tech and TriLine which were both profitable. Federal was a true comglomerate owning diverse buinesses.

There was a shareholders revolt and the company was split in 2, the trucking and railway being spun off to Tri White and the balance becoming Russel Metals, as they had bought many steel distributors, the largest being Russel Steel. The corporate offices of both Tri White and Russel are in Mississauga. There is no Winnipeg presence at all.

Here is a photo of one of Motorways High Tech trailers. At the time of this photo, most of the trailers had already been repainted.
Here is a picture of a Clark Freightways Volvo taken from an overpass on Highway 1 near Langley, BC Here is a picture of a Mercury Express Freightliner taken from an overpass on Highway 1 near Langley, BC Here is a Kleysen Transport Freightliner making a turn into Langley, BC. This was taken in May 2000.
Here is a picture of a CO-OP Volvo tractor/trailer taken on Highway 10 at Langley, BC in June 2000. Summit Logistics International delivering groceries to one of the Safeway Stores in Langley, BC.

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