From the trucks that replaced oxen in Americas forests to modern rigs, Professor of Transportation at San Francisco State University, Donald Wood, profiles the challenging logging operations of the biggest off-road trucks and their drivers. Photographs document a variety of rugged logging trucks built on various manufacturers chassis.
A comprehensive photo history of one of the great names in automotive motoring. This outstanding collection of factory photographs displays the quality and styling of Dodge light to heavy duty trucks. Filled with pickups, panel trucks, Power Wagons, stake trucks, delivery vans, semi-tractors and more.
From its beginnings in 1912, Brockway earned a reputation for reliability and rugged design that was carried on after the company was acquired by Mack Trucks in October, 1956. This collection of photographs highlights Brockways post-war years and into the early Sixties. Photographs from the Mack Trucks Historical Museum Archives.
This book is about recognising the achievements of the crane industry. From ancient times to the 1980s, from simple lifting methods to modern tower cranes, the authors take us on a journey through time from the perspective of the crane industry. Throughout the book a glorious collection of 400 photographs and drawings from museum, company archives and individual collections around the world bring the subject to life and put it in sharp historical perspective.
This fully illustrated scrapbook of archival and contemporary photographs fully documents the many changes made to auto transporters over the years. Bursting at the seams with delightful photographs of a variety of trucks and trailers filled with brand-new, straight-from-the-factory cars from every American manufacturer. Detailed captions explain the development of these great vehicles.
A panorama of 150 years of the Meiller traditions: trucks, earthmovers and elevators. The author draws the history and the today’s shape of Meiller, with technical characteristics and many colour and black and white pictures.
A detailed text and a rich photographic apparatus describe the big world of the dump trucks. History, technology and employment of these vehicles are here included: any kind of giant with two, three and more axles, with “independent” or “oscillating” wheels, crawler-type vehicles, etc… Big names emerge: Terex, Caterpillar, O&K, Komatsu, Mack, Euclid, WABCO, Dart, Kaelble, and more. The book includes technical datas and unusual employments.
Approximately 270 Man vehicles that are at the service of the city of Nürnberg in many fields: in the transportation (buses and tramways), in the ecological service, in the firefighting department, in the city lighting enterprise, in the zoo, in the schools or water company. A comprehensive documentation with detailed descriptions and technical datas.
This photographic celebration pays tribute to the hardworking men, women, and machines that rescue stranded motorists. More than 500 photos display the best tow trucks of all makes and models, and over 50 essays feature historical information on the equipment, industry, and auto recovery professionals.
With worn-out trucks after World War II and plans laid out by the Federal Government to build the Interstate Highway System, truck production really took off in the 1950s. Companies and drivers who used International semi-trucks worked hard to deliver the goods. A visual feast of International heavy trucks at work in the 1950s. View and read about the vast array of large trucks International built during the 1950s. High quality large format photographs present these trucks in many configurations doing all kinds of work for all types of companies. Includes delivery trucks, tankers, garbage trucks, over-the-road trucks, off-highway trucks and much more.
Early advertisements declared ’The design of the Autocar chassis lends itself to almost every style of body.’ See them here, from refuse haulers, dump trucks, trucks made to haul gas, oil, beer, trailers - even a couple buses and a Big Top Diner. Large, detailed archival photographs with informative captions tell the story from the first Autocar Truck built up to 1950 when the Autocar Driver Cab was introduced.
This superbly illustrated history of earth-moving systems and equipment is the definitive account of the route that led to today’s billion dollar, hi-tech industry. More that four hundred photographs, drawings and illustrations make this the perfect reference book.