Southern Haulage Carting Pine Logs

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lavm50mo on September 2, 2009

Un treno che corre fuori dai binari. Forte. Una saluto dalla Sardegna (Italy). Nel tuo nick "sugarba1", si nasconde il mio cognome. Ciao

mr scottyow on January 17, 2010

nice shot!!!

best greetings, scott

sugarbag1 on January 22, 2010

Thankyou Scotty

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on July 19, 2010

WOW!! That is a lot of match-wood David...

Jim

sugarbag1 on July 19, 2010

Hello Jim. These were exported ti India, although I am not sure what they woulkd have used them for, as they are not very thick to be saw into timber etc. This company, that transports these pine logs also cart, blue gum logs, as well platation woodchips, bulk fertilizer as well liquid fertilizers,grain and other general cargo. At least 30 primemovers or more. and located not far from where I live. Just a few days ago, I was in there yard photographing there trucks again. Many thanks Jim. I was just thinking about you today too and also, you would believe this, I was also thinking about, how I hadn't seen a Diamond T truck for a while.:-) KInd REgards, David

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on July 19, 2010

Hello David..As for the Diamond T truck..I have a friend who is currently restoring a WWII version..This is his hobby. I will take some photos soon and let you know ;>)

Cheers ;>)

jim

Martin M on February 16, 2011

Impressive transporter

L 2

Greetings martin

sugarbag1 on February 16, 2011

Hello

Martin thankyou very much. They were exporting these small pine logs to India, but last year, they stopped sending them over there after many many ship loads of pine logs. Its a bit of mistery, what they would have been used for, as they were not thick enough to be cut for furniture making. I have heard of other things, but, they sounded a bit far fetched to me to write up here!!! But this truck company transport many other things, including woodchip pellets, also blue gum logs for for making woodchip, fertilizer for farms, beer, food for supermarkets, wool, grain, general cargo and many other things I can't remmeber! Kind REgards, David

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