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Landmark Transport
Landmark is a lower Mainland "overload" outfit with a highway fleet running Wa & Or and a few local contracts. We were sent anywhere where a company needed extra (which often became permanent temp.) I have B.o.L.s from at least twenty outfits that we worked for. I did work steady for extended periods for a few of them; Marpole Transport, Consolidated Fastfrate, and Scott Paper and CF. I Ieft the company on Nov.30, 2007. ! just couldn't take anymore of Greater Vancouver's mean streets.
A load of overlength steel ex A.J. Forsyth Floating catwalks De-watering gear
Untreated poles ex Stella Jones Sewer pipe This was a tough one to tie down. I took it pretty easy.
Loading freshly painted steel. A mess of rebar. Roof trusses. This trailer had a bad winch on it when I picked up this load, but it didn't have enough winches at best of times. Moral: carry lots of portables.
A load of anchor chain This a piece of plate steel 6''x96"x120" weighing 30,000#. It fit perfectly over the tridems. The easiest stuff I ever tied down. Enlarge and you can see the dimensions.
Off-loading in North Vancouver
Loading trees in Port Kells
Loading treated poles at Stella Jones on a stretched "trombone". Note the extra long one with the flag.
Waiting for the side-pick to grab this 40 ft. flatrack at Frazer-Surrey docks. WHAT'S WRONG WITH THIS PICTURE? I see this kind of loading all the time, and if you do it long enough, this is what you get. Doing it right only takes 1 more belt.


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