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Here's one I figured would be fitting for Canada Day, with the big flag flying high above the plant at National Steel Car, and the small one on the critter. Happy Canada Day, everyone.
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Caption: Here's one I figured would be fitting for Canada Day, with the big flag flying high above the plant at National Steel Car, and the small one on the critter. Happy Canada Day, everyone.

Photographer:
James Knott [359] (more) (contact)
Date: 04/02/2020 (search)
Railway: Industrial (search)
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City/Town: Hamilton (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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4 Comments
  1. Happy Canada Day Gents! Great work James!

    I’ve always loved the flag there – one thing NSC is at least good for is patriotism in Hamilton.

  2. Happy Canada Day Jamie, and thanks for a very nice and celebratory picture. You even got the little flag on the little critter and the very large flag flying in the same direction ! And like the Count in Sesame Street would say, there are 1, no wait, 2 little critters “ha…ha. . . ha” and 2 flags, yes boys and girls, the number 2 . And for more advanced students, Canada’s birthday is the number 153 ! Ha. Ha . . Ha

  3. Thanks Keith. Figured it was a fitting time for this one.

  4. Well done Jamie.

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