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Paper Shed in Botwood, Newfoundland
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A view of the now idle paper shed in Botwood.  Paper from the mill in Grand Falls-Windsor was trucked to the shed before being loaded onto ships.

The original paper shed was destroyed in a fire on August 17, 1961.  At that time, trains were used to transport the paper from the mill.

The last shipment of paper from Grand Falls-Windsor to Botwood by tractor trailer arrived in Botwood at 3:30 a.m. on Feb 17, 2009 and was driven by Paul Gill.  It was loaded onto the last ship, 'Schippersgrcht at 4:02 p.m. on Feb 17, 2009.

Copyright: Corey Gill
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Taken: 19/06/2010
上传: 20/06/2010
更新: 01/09/2014
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