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Discussion in 'Boss-Linco Lines' started by SMOKESTACK, Jan 4, 2011.

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    Very good find. A good friend of mine worked the inbound dock in Rochester for many years.
     
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    SuperCourse WHO IS JOHN GALT?

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    Thanks Smokestack. Enjoyed reading that and I just can't get enough of those old pictures of the equipment. The Brockway was before my time but I remember those old B-61 Macks. Trucking was different then. As primitive as it was, it was great. If you weren't there, you can't understand.
     
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    It's so true you had to live it to understand it's......
     
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    worked at boss linco as a casual--both dock and p&d.they had white 9000 for city and macks for road power during 70 s great crews working dock--inbound and outbound-- but p&d sucked.very pushy dispatcher to put it nicely.
     

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