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Midland Superior Express Ltd.
A nice close-up of a Hayes cabover. Part of the line-up in their Calgary yard. Note the Freightliner on the right. It carries the name "Superior Express", which was the name they used after Superior Transport and before Midland-Superior Express. Superior Transport Freightliner Bubblenose
This was a company rig. I believe they had five of them. Note the trailer number is the same as the tractor (the 35 designates its length).

Note the tin:
Two plates for Alberta,and none for Sask. or Man. this rig crossed back and forth to the U.S. through Coutts, Alta. and caught US #2 at Shelby, Montana

This is the remains of a bridge on US #2 in eastern Montana that was hit by a M/S rig.


The Arychuk Brothers
Lloyd Jagoda with Steve Arychuk's High-Binder. Harold Arychuk with MSEL #68 in '54-'55. It is the sister truck to #38. Both trucks were owned by Steve Arychuk, Harold's younger brother. Harold Arychuk's 1959 Kenworth. After one year, he switched to Hayes, which , at the time, was a better truck His brother Steve soon switched from 'binders to Kenworths also, for the same reason.
Twin new 1960 COE Hayes "Clipper's - 220 Cummins with 10 speed Roadrangers owned by Harold Arychuk. Unit #s 75 and 64. Harold Arychuk's 1964 Hayes - 292 Detroit V8 with oversize injectors,a 4x4 transmission. She had long legs and was a good puller. This was his favorite truck. Pic taken at Viking, Alta. with a load from the Canadain Army base at Wainright, Alta. This truck replaced the 1960 Hayes and kept the same unit # -75.
Emil Shugg from Edmonton owned this '59 Hayes COE #31. He switched to KW in1960 and kept the same unit number. Joe Wanchura Photo.


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