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TNT/Alltrans in the early years in North-America - Part 2
All photos come from the Darren Hingston "werkhorse" TNT documentation unless noted
Yard tractor, Toronto terminal ( 1974 ) San Francisco ( 1978 ), from the Rene Buron TNT documentation Kenaston and Wilkes,Saskatchewan ( 1977 )
CN asked that Alltrans Express break the banner at the official opening ceremonies at their new Piggyback terminal at kenaston.

Note : Alltrans sent 50% of its freight by rail shipped "Piggyback" in company trailers.
Location and year unknown,from the Rene Buron TNT documentation

Note : During the 70’s,Alltrans/Kwikasair purchased a substantial number of those Dodges D Serie which was completely ignored by the major carriers.
Prince George,BC terminal ( mid 70’s ),from the Don Collins collection with the permission of Kevin Duddy

Note : Carson Truck Lines was taken over in the early 70’s and soon after intagrated into Alltrans Express
Champlain Sept-Iles unit, Northern Quebec, (1978), from the Rene Buron TNT documentation
Comet unit,location unknown,late 70’s/early 80’s, from the Rene Buron TNT documentation

Note : Comet like Kwikasair was operating in the same expedite freight niche alongside the same Montreal/Vancouver corridor, Comet adding to its coverage the US Western seabord States. The Australian upper management saw competition within the firm as the best way for the company as a whole to grow and profit.
San Francisco,late 70’s/early 80’,
from the Rene Buron TNT documentation

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