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After stopping at Tim Hortons, we pulled out to head home and down the road was a string of gondolas crossing the road. Off we went and sat there for 10 minutes and the push restarted. American Iron and Metals TP90 came in to view and the sun poked out as it crossed Parkdale Avenue. AIM's history is clearly stated on it with its founding date in 1936 and its founder Peter Black.
It seemed almost like home there having worked at the former Columbian Chemicals for near 30 years.
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Caption: After stopping at Tim Hortons, we pulled out to head home and down the road was a string of gondolas crossing the road. Off we went and sat there for 10 minutes and the push restarted. American Iron and Metals TP90 came in to view and the sun poked out as it crossed Parkdale Avenue. AIM's history is clearly stated on it with its founding date in 1936 and its founder Peter Black. It seemed almost like home there having worked at the former Columbian Chemicals for near 30 years.

Photographer:
Bill Purdy [355] (more) (contact)
Date: 01/16/2021 (search)
Railway: Industrial (search)
Reporting Marks: AIM 1936 (search)
Train Symbol: Not Provided
Subdivision/SNS: Not Provided
City/Town: Hamilton (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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4 Comments
  1. The crew will be enjoying a nice ride with the flexicoil trucks.

  2. Hot Damn!! This is nice. An “essential” photo.

  3. The GT/two GMD-1 triple set would’ve been at Parkdale Warehousing sometime around then as well. Hopefully you managed to bump into them too.

  4. No. I didn’t see the GT. That would have been an excellent bonus!

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