Top 25 New England Carriers in 1945

This list is based on revenues from the motor carriers based in New England states in 1945 1-M&M Transportation Co. $2,702,546 2-Adley Express Co. Inc. $2,493,144 3-St Johnsbury Trucking Co. $1,856,359 4-Seaboard Freight Lines, Inc $1,790,125 5-Hemingway Bros. Interstate Trucking $1,102,495 6-H.P.Welch Company $1,065,611 7-A. Towle Co. $941,657 8-P.B. Mutrie Motor Transportation Inc. $938,743 9-Capitol… Continue reading Top 25 New England Carriers in 1945

Thurston Motor Lines 1986

The Alabama operations were conducted from terminals in Birmingham (BHM) 3654 Industrial Pkwy, Gadsden (GDS) 1094 Crenshaw Street, Huntsville (HSV) 350 Lanier Rd in Madison, Mobile (MOB) 1865 Conception Street, Montgomery (MGY) 2866 Oyramid Avenue and Opelika (OPA) 791 Westpoint Pkwy. The Opelika facility also served the Columbus, Georgia metropolitan area. Using the 1986 Thurston… Continue reading Thurston Motor Lines 1986

Kimbel Lines- A Short History

The earliest history found about the company came from June 1940. At that time Kimbel was providing direct daily service between Monroe, Louisiana and Chicago, Illinois via Peoria, Illinois St Louis, Missouri East St Louis, Illinois Cape Girardeau, Missouri Memphis, Tennessee Little Rock, Arkansas Pine Bluff, Arkansas and Monticello, Arkansas. The Monroe terminal was located… Continue reading Kimbel Lines- A Short History