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This angle opened up in March or so with the demolition of those really annoying pipes that obstructed views closer to Burlington Street. Change continues here, as the acid reclamation building in the background is now being demolished, bringing down an interesting photo prop that I was told was supposed to be demolished in 2021. Best I was able to do here was midday sun with smokey skies, but hey, better than nothing!
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Caption: This angle opened up in March or so with the demolition of those really annoying pipes that obstructed views closer to Burlington Street. Change continues here, as the acid reclamation building in the background is now being demolished, bringing down an interesting photo prop that I was told was supposed to be demolished in 2021. Best I was able to do here was midday sun with smokey skies, but hey, better than nothing!

Photographer:
James Knott [532] (more) (contact)
Date: 05/22/2023 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: CN 7521 (search)
Train Symbol: 0700 Yard Job (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Not Provided
City/Town: Hamilton (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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5 Comments
  1. RIP Stelco

  2. @Stephen looks like the flags at the left are half-mast.

  3. Brad, there was an accident at the Nanticoke location in April and the individual later died in May a few days before this photo. Flags were lowered for that, presumably.

  4. Thanks for clarifying James.

  5. It is common for half mast when an employee passes even when not work related. At many companies.

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