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This is the first Mack my Dad, John O'Leary, owned, this picture is in downtown Peoria, Illinois. Truck at pumps in Peoria, Illinois Union Transfer Drivers
Union Transfer, Peoria, Illinois. Union Transfer on South Sdams St. in Peoria, Ill. Hauling Hiram Walker Liquors to Omaha. Note: The amount of cases hauled back then in five trucks could fit in ONE 48 ft reefer today. Union Transfer Mack sleeper
John O'Leary, 1939, was manager of Union Freightways in Peoria, Illinois Union Transfer Mack sleeper taken at Peoria. Union Transfer Mack
Wrecked Union transfer being towed in Peoria. Note: Walker & Werner Auto was still in business in 1972 when I moved from Peoria. John O'Leary in His Mack John O'Leary and unknown Driver in front of Jimmies Lunch Peoria. Illinois.
Ringsby truck tire repair Early Ringsby terminal , Possibly Casper, or Cheyenne, Wyoming John O'Leary, in his early 20's driving for Union Pacific Bus Lines. More out about this line?

It was an early member in the Greyhound System. With this photo, likely in an area served by UPRR sub., Interstate Greyhound. The railroad also held sub., Overland Greyhound, which generally served between California and Midwest points. Thank you Vern Tyler for this information
Some unknown wrecks John O'Leary with Mack
Some pictures of early US trucking
NOW HERE IS A GANG !! John R. O'Leary drove for Consolidated Freightways in his younger days. That is John standing next to the CF Fageol.
Roy Wilson and John O'Leary on the right. My Dad, John O'Leary, co-owned the Allied agent, Interstate Moving and Storage, In Cheyenne from early 50's to mid 60's. John O'Leary, drove one of the first 35 a-Model KW bought by Ken Monfort and operated by John Shupe. This is during the "MONFORT LANE" days when their trucks were known as Circus Wagons.

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