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2013

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tcp1001.jpg: A 1980 P16 hauling a lowbed meeting M. Mountan's P510P. - M. Mountancollection
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tcp386.jpg: A PLW510PS tandem steer mixer owned by Allied Ready Mix. - W. Bergmancollection
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tcp857.jpg: A 1988 P512PS (8x4) that was photographed outside of the Pacific factory before delivery to Corod Industries Ltd. North Vancouver, B.C., - Pacific Truck Manufacturingcollection
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tcp61.jpg: Schneider logging's 1962 SQDD-G logging truck. Kelowna, B.C., 1962-08-24 - H. Rabecollection
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tcp207.jpg: A 1976 P510F dump truck owned by Kish. 1993-05-13 - W. Bergmancollection
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tcp957.jpg: A 1972 P9 dump truck owned by a sawmill. Port Clements, B.C., 2011-03-21 - C. Taubercollection

2012

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tcp981.jpg: A P510P owned by Mountan Excavating moving a load of pipe to Nootka Island. Thasis, B.C., 2011-12-07 - M. Mountancollection
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tcp525.jpg: A Pacific P10 owned by Sladey Timber on the Sunshine Coast of B.C. - S. Turrellcollection
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tcp2.jpg: T&H Sawmill's 1964 Pacific, 43 years later. Prince George, B.C., 2007-07-07 - S. McKenziecollection
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tcp997.jpg: George Buck's 1950 ESMW logging truck in the Pacific shops prior to being rebuilt. - B. Dingsdalecollection
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tcp407.jpg: A P500S logging truck owned by Brian Inwood. - W. Bergmancollection
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tcp623.jpg: A P510S water truck. 2008-09-27 - W. Bergmancollection
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tcp1018.jpg: Two P16 logging trucks waiting to head off to work. Thasis, B.C., - M. Mountancollection
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tcp20.jpg: Elder Logging Sooke B.C. truck #8 in 1948, model ESMW. Vancouver, B.C., 1948-06-28 - H. Rabecollection
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tcp891.jpg: A 1985 P16 logging truck working for Russell & Lilly Ltd. of Tahsis, B.C. shortly before being sold. Tahsis, B.C., 2011-07-08 - M. Mountancollection
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tcp33.jpg: 1960 Pacific model 4640-H arch truck, serial number T6060-142. Stoner, B.C., 2008-11-30 - S. McKenziecollection
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tcp994.jpg: A 1952 EMOD used by Bowaters Pulp of Newfoundland for hauling pulpwood, the truck is unit number 515. - B. Dingsdalecollection
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tcp943.jpg: Big Buddy a P9 dump truck photographed during 1978 with an International in the background. - C. Taubercollection

2011

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tcp328.jpg: A 1985 P510PF dump truck owned by S. Singh. Langley, B.C., 2008-08-14 - G. Dhaliwalcollection
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tcp372.jpg: 1989 PFG410 snorkel truck, unit 75-6231, owned by Ottawa, ON. Fire Dept. Ottawa, ON., - G. Millscollection
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tcp801.jpg: A P510S pulling a float trailer loaded with a tandem steer Kenworth. - K. Dubuccollection
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tcp458.jpg: A P16 owned by Cougar Inlet Logging after being repainted by Pheonix Enterprises. - R. Freemancollection
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tcp809.jpg: A 1981 P510S self load logging truck posed in a field showing off its fresh coat of paint. Port Alberni, B.C., 2010-08-05 - S. Mckenziecollection
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tcp770.jpg: A P512S logging truck from Malaysia. - A. Galicecollection
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tcp832.jpg: A P510F owned by Murph's Oil Field Service shown prior to being sold at the Spring 1987 Richie Brothers Auction in Edmonton Alberta. 1987-05-07 - Richie Brotherscollection
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tcp755.jpg: A former MacMillan Bloedel logging truck unit number H54. - C. Taubercollection
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tcp922.jpg: A 1966 P9 cab and chassis.' Squamish, B.C., - J. Den Boercollection
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tcp67.jpg: 1964 I beam Pacific not yet called the P16. Vancouver, B.C., - H. Rabecollection
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tcp387.jpg: A 1972 P9 water truck. Mission, B.C., - W. Bergmancollection
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tcp786.jpg: A brand new P12W-3 dump truck before heading to work in a British Columbia coal mine. - Pacific Truck Manufacturingcollection

2010

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tcp4.jpg: B. Adam\'s restored 1951 EMOD. - W. Bergmancollection
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tcp591.jpg: A 1963 model 4640-S dump truck owned by Dane Developments Ltd. Port Alberni, B.C., 2009-07-17 - S. McKenziecollection
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tcp530.jpg: A 1984 P510S owned by C. Davis pulling a lowbed. - C. Daviscollection
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tcp197.jpg: Roy Harker trucking 1974 P10 getting a load of Coal Elkford B.C. 1977. This one of the trucks that H. Rabe drove. Elkford, B.C., - H. Rabecollection
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tcp644.jpg: Unit number 3002, Elvis, a 1977 P12W-3 owned by Barnhart Crane and Rigging with an Oshkosh M911 in the background moving an oversize load. 2008-08-15 - A. Galicecollection
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tcp368.jpg: A 1989 P510PSA 8x4, the only remaining of a fleet, owned by Allied Ready-Mix. - H. Rabecollection
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tcp629.jpg: A P510PF logging truck called the Pink Flyer. - K. Hillcollection
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tcp518.jpg: A 250 ton capacity coal hauler,a Pacific P12W3, Detroit 16V71T engine, 617hp. Soda Springs, ID, - H. Rabecollection
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tcp126.jpg: A 1970 P9 owned by Mighty White Dolomite Ltd. Rock Creek, B.C., 2009-05-17 - T. Chaputcollection
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tcp630.jpg: A 1973 P9 logging truck owned by Direct Transport of New Zealand. - B. Unclescollection
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tcp339.jpg: A 1985 P510PF crane truck owned by Maurer Crane Service. Princeton, B.C., - H. Rabecollection
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tcp731.jpg: To Pacific dump trucks, a 1973 P9 (nearest camera) and a 1984 P510P. Houston, B.C., - R. Andersoncollection

2009

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tcp468.jpg: A P12W-3 used for Uranium mining in Montana - A. Galicecollection
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tcp526.jpg: Unit H232, a P16 owned by MacMillan Bloedel. - W. Bergmancollection
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tcp522.jpg: A P16 with Madill spar owned by MacMillan Bloedel operating as unit number J129. Port McNeill, B.C., - B. Sheltoncollection
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tcp234.jpg: R. Hogg's 1981 P510PS during its restoration and conversion to a tri-drive. Malahat, B.C., 2009-03-15 - R. Hoggcollection

2008

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tcp17.jpg: First Pacific truck built. Hercules Diesel power May 1947, the men that built this truck. This truck was bought by Bowater's Pulp and Paper in Newfoundland. 3,000 miles away from the factory in Vancouver B.C. Notice the W from the Vancouver Woodwards building in the sky above the front rear tires. <br /><br /> From left to right: Charlie Dahm (built cabs), Henry Gaspers (mechanical assembly), Les Sheane (welder/foreman), Clarence Rovang, Johnny Wilson (Wesserchuck or Weseric - machinist), Wilf Shaw (welder), Max Billingsly (sales manager/co-founder), Ronnie Gibberson (drafting), Victor Barclay (chief engineer/co-founder). Vancouver, B.C., 1947-05-01 - H. Rabecollection
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