Western Star Truck Pictures
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This photo is a White Western Star conventional dump truck captured in Vancouver, BC in 1984.
This is part of Kim Loeb's collection.
Here is a picture of a White Western Star conventional tractor with a dump trailer captured HW 20 near Marlborough, Mass. in 1984. Very few White Western Stars were seen along the East Coast in 1984.Here is a photo of a White Western Star conventional dump truck captured in Vancouver, BC in 1980.
This is part of Kim Loeb's collection.
Here is a picture of a White Western Star conventional mixer truck captured in Vancouver, BC in 1980.
This is part of Kim Loeb's collection.
This photo is a White Western Star conventional mixer truck captured in Washington State in 1980.
This is part of Kim Loeb's collection.
Here is a picture of a White Western Star conventional logging truck captured in Vancouver, BC in 1984.
This is part of Kim Loeb's collection.
Here is a photo of a White Western Star wrecker truck captured at a rest area beside Highway 97 in BC in 1984.
This is part of Kim Loeb's collection.
Here is a picture of the same wrecker. The load was a IHC conventional model 4300 from Safeway.
This is part of Kim Loeb's collection.
Here is a picture of Western Star COE model belonging to Shadow Lines. This picture was taken in Vancouver, BC in 1982.
This is part of Kim Loeb's collection.
Here is a photo of a Western Star conventional dump truck captured in Vancouver, BC in 1984..
This is part of Kim Loeb's collection.
Here is a picture of a White Western Star taken in Vancouver, BC in 1982. The company name is Bergs Trucking, who did a lot of contract work around Vancouver, BC for the railroads. Here the Western Star is pulling a British Columbia Railway trailer.
This photo is from Kim Loeb from Denmark.
Western Star twin steer truck ordered for oil field use on display at the Western Star dealership in the southern part of Calgary, Alberta in June 2002.



Here are some pictures sent to me from Paul Downing from Ontario. It's 1988 Western Star with a 8 speed 425 Cat that Paul drives around every day in Toronto.
Here is a photo of a Hohl Industrail Transportation & Rigging Custom Western Star Tractor pulling 400 ton of Transformer and Trailer. It has 110,000 rear ends and 60,000 pounds of Stackable Counterweights. Hohl Industrial is based out of Tonawanda, NY. Richard J. Phillips Collection.



This is a Brandt Power Unit, converted by Brandt Road Rail Corp. of Regina SK , from a Western Star truck. It is used by CP Rail for Maintenance of Way service. It can move up to 15 railcars, and can travel at 40 MPH on the rails. It is highway legal, and can travel at regular highway speeds. CP rosters 11 Brandt Power Units. Robert Archer Collection.
2000 Western Star with a 600 HP CAT. Photo by Rick Edgell.
K.I.P. Trucking Western Star with a load of 82 foot cedar poles. Taken at the Sandman Inn at Quesnel, BC. Aaron Schweb is the owner/operator. Photos taken by Vic Goertzen. Two more Western Star log trucks with loads of poles. Photo taken by Vic Goertzen.
Gorman Bros. Lumber Ltd.Western Star
taken later the same day. Photo taken by Vic Goertzen.
Photo taken by Vic Goertzen.
These are new Western Star 4700s in Spokane. Photos taken by David Faust.
     
Nashville Trucking bought this truck new from the Freightliner place at Texarkana September 1980. It came with a 3406 Cat, 380 HP. I drove it from them until about March 1st 1981 & it was registering just over 90,000 miles. Maybe someone out there remembers seeing us Nashville Trucking hands from Nashville, AR going up & down the roads hauling most anything to the west coast & produce back east.

Jerry Smith aka Flintstone
Nashville, AR




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