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Taken in 1957, trains of huge “ladle” cars carrying molten slag from the refinery at Coppercliffe, Ontario,Canada, and dumping them into a rocky ravine-type valley. Pretty much the same as lava flows from a volcano. The photo was taken with a 35mm. Exakta Varex camera using Ektachrome film(not the high-speed type), with quite a long exposure to try to get as much of the flow as possible. I’m only posting it because I thought it might be of interest to some of you.Not a sight that you could see in very many places. The slide was scanned at 4000dpi with a Canoscan 4000US scanner.
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