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Canada Crushed Stone Co. Re-building the screen house (17)
|Name/Title:||Canada Crushed Stone Co. Re-building the screen house (17)|
Item consists of a black and white photographic print. Part of an album labelled Canada Crushed Stone Corp. Ltd., Dundas, Ont. Caption: 4th weeks’ progress May 29, 1922. Image shows the progress made re-building the screen house. The conveyor galleries have not been framed yet.
On April 29, 1922, workers were welding spouts to the new shaking screens when a stray piece of molten metal set fire to a partition wall. Within a half hour the screen house, bins, conveyor galleries and the 72 inch roll house had been destroyed. It took only 50 working days to re-build these structures and return Canada Crushed Stone Corp. to full operation.
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|Tags:||Canada Crushed Stone Co., Dundas, fires, quarrying|
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