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Atomic Transfer
H63 Mack with a 10 speed Mack Mono-shift (one stick). Loading cattle in Langenburg,Sask. Driver is Frank Webber. Eastbound at the Albert/Saskatchewan line on #1.
The Husky Truck Stop in Regina. "Ragtops" were quite popular then, but began to lose favour once cattle vans became available. We called them Scows 'cause you needed a tugboat to pull them in a headwind. Eastbound at North Battleford, Saskatchewan with an interline trailer from Leamington Transport, another Winnipeg-based "fallen flag" which had no running rights west of Winnipeg. Passing a couple of Comet Transport rigs . The smoke coming out from the van is from an old 26er with a 180 Cummins opened up to the max. The rear rig is a rather rare "buttnose" N-model Mack. It was basically a Mack chassis with a Ford cab. They never sold many of these.
Waiting to load at Anthes Imperial in Calgary Unloading on the east side of Yorkton, SA. Heading into SA on AB #9
Frank Webber An eastern Atomic rig. Doug Hutzel Collection.


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