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Posted by Samurai 3/27/2006 5:05 AM | remove
  did you guys see what this car was holding? It's usually painted on the sides, but its just out of frame here. I was just wondering... part of my job is to unload these cars.

Posted by Jef 3/27/2006 5:20 AM | remove
  It was empty. It also didnt have any plac-cards on the side.
Posted by Stewie 3/27/2006 6:04 AM | remove
  I think it may have been sitting there for quite some time. The wheels were all rusted, not shiny on the outer side.
Posted by Samurai 3/27/2006 3:32 PM | remove
  ah... i see... usually when they get here they are carrying sodium chlorate, sodium hydroxide, sulfuric acid, caustic soda or hydrogen peroxide.
Posted by Stewie 3/27/2006 6:18 PM | remove
  Mmmm, caustic soda.
Posted by LostintheWoods 6/7/2006 5:54 PM | remove
  There's three that have been sitting on a spur in barrie for years. They're full of plastic bead material for injection moulding. Fun to play in as a teen, I remember.
Posted by Samurai 6/7/2006 6:34 PM | remove
  i've worked in injection and extrusion molding... i still have an old soda bottle full of green polystyrene and blue polyethylene beads... back in the stoner days.

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