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There's no mistaking the location, but I've rarely ever seen an engine go into this facility at 800 Parkdale Ave North in Hamilton. Interestingly enough I worked for Philip Services in the summer of '98 and this was one of our facilities I supported. You can see why I love the North End - I worked here for 2 summers. Loved it then, wish I brought a camera along in those days!
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Caption: There's no mistaking the location, but I've rarely ever seen an engine go into this facility at 800 Parkdale Ave North in Hamilton. Interestingly enough I worked for Philip Services in the summer of '98 and this was one of our facilities I supported. You can see why I love the North End - I worked here for 2 summers. Loved it then, wish I brought a camera along in those days!

Photographer:
Stephen C. Host [1094] (more) (contact)
Date: 03/15/2011 (search)
Railway: Railink (search)
Reporting Marks: RLK 3873 (search)
Train Symbol: 0800 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Not Provided
City/Town: Hamilton (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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5 Comments
  1. Shoot away :) Hamilton is awesome

    Yes i have a good collection. More to come

  2. @jknott86: The territory thing is just a joke. It just seems railfanners have their stomping grounds probably because it’s close to where they live, which makes sense.

  3. Haha, tread away. I don’t get the whole territory thing – trains are confined to rails and thus only go to so many places, and eventually we all end up in many of those same places as a result. Pretty much guarantee someone else preceded most of us in a lot of this. Especially here in the GTHA.

  4. But I’m careful not to tread too much in Mr. Knott’s territory :)

  5. Railink, nice. You must have a lot of shots from these areas over the years. I only just started exploring down in “the hole” just over a year ago. Recently, more so, since I live nearby now :)

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