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Texaco truck, Harold Buckingham's first truck he used to deliver kerosene in the 30's. Harold was my grandfather. He and his brothers started the trucklines. Buckingham Transportation's first semi Buckingham Overnight Express straight truck
Buckingham GMC with a special "Buy War Bonds" trailer. A special "Buy War Bonds" trailer.
Buckingham Transportation Company's shop Buckingham Transportation Company's shop showing some of their trucks Buckingham Transportation Company Sales and Manager Meeting February 6-8, 1942
Buckingham Kenworth promo picture the left one is as it came, the right one was modified just a bit Buckingham Freight Lines Route Map from November 1959
Buckingham newsletter advertising their route to Winnipeg, Manitoba. Buckingham unit loading lumber at Humphrey Products. A page from the Buckingham newsletter, Buck Passin' from May 1962.
Pictures taken from an old Buck-Passin company news-letters. An old picture taken in Murdo, S.D. sent to me by Brad Jaide of Missoula, MT. His grandfather was with Buckingham Transportation.
The annual 100,000 mile safe driver banquet in 1959 Jack Primm looking at a sleeper can equipped DCOF-405 and VF-195 both Internationals circa 1957 Unidentified man with two trucks in Rapid City, S.D. -- picture provided by Lloyd and Vivian Maude.
Bob Sigler and Marv Moore courtesy of Lloyd and Vivian Maude probably Rapid City SD An unidentified location with Norwalk trailers in the back might be Rapid City, SD courtesy of Lloyd and Vivian Maude
This is a truck leased to Buckingham Transportation it is a WC32 White powered by a Cummins NH200. Picture was taken on Hwy 12 near Crow Agency, MT. William A. Dawson Collection. This is Father Day 1951 L to R are 3 generations of truckers P.A. Dawson, A.H. Dawson and Wm. A. Dawson at 11 years old. (Bill Dawson was a UB Driver). William A. Dawson Collection.

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