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Ian Austen
What Essex County Ontario lacks in hills it makes up for with bucolic, lightly trafficked roads: CR50 along Lake Erie
#OTD Sept 17, 1949, the SS Noronic is destroyed by fire at Toronto Harbour.
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The amazing tomato elevator at the former Heinz now Highbury Canco plant in Leamington, Ontario
A vinyl LP frenzy brings record-pressing machines back to life
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My dad couldn't be prouder of this, I'm sure of it. I get why he loved you @nytimes /…
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New City Hall, architectural model, ca 1957. On display in City Hall Rotunda. #CityHallTO50
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Are true sign saying it's time to go home. I think I've got one day left.....
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A magical new jacket to hold the new iPad Pro.
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From the NYT photo archives, a decade-by-decade look at the first day of the school:…
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Municipal Abattoir, beam connection in cooler, June 1, 1944. #dingyfriday @sarrahanderson
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The local steel mill may be in trouble in Sault Ste Marie, Ontario but there's much bigger news today:
Sault Ste Marie, Ontario: home of the last surviving emergency swing dam in the world. Used just once in 1909.
Not really sure what this loin cloth clad creature in Vermillion Bay, Ontario is or why it's at an auto parts store
Up or down, depending how things turned out.
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"World's Tallest Teepee" (I didn't confirm) in Medicine Hat, Alberta
The exceptional bike path through "Big Sky Country" outside of Medicine Hat, Alberta "The Gas City"
Closed down work camp at Alberta's oilsands

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