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Kleysen
Westbound at the new government scale at Headingly, Manitoba. 1958 was the year that Kleysens scored the contract for Canada Cement and they bought 40 of these 800 Dodges to haul bagged cement. Empty out of St. Lazare in N.W Manitoba after unloading 400 bags of Portland cement. Seal-coating early one morning on the TC west of McGregor, Man. on #1
Gene Dorosh


Kleysen (AGAIN)
The little B_61 Mack with a 250 hp engine, quad box, and power-assist steering that I had when I worked in town (Winnipeg) for Kleysen. Dominion Bridge roof trusses. A typical rocky mountain double set up. Note how short the pup is.
Versatile tractors, built in Fort Garry (long gone) John Deere had a plant in St. James Sticks on the Perimeter Route.
A load of bricks Combines Fueling in Kleysen's yard in Jan. of '82. The wind-chill at the time was -74 F
Here's Bob Dasch at the yard in Fort Whyte in Sept./72.This pic is from an issue of "Canadian Road Knight" from back then. Doug Hutsel was kind enough to forward me 43 consecutive issues from that era that his dad, Ernie, had saved.


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