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D.I.L. Line 3 workers assembling 3.7 calibre anti-aircraft shells


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Image
Description:
A black and white photo of Line 3 workers assembling 3.7 calibre anti-aircraft shells. These were the largest of the shells made at the plant, measuring close to three and a half feet in length when completed, and were quite heavy. The men in suits were most likely foremen, inspectors or supervisors.
Date of Original:
1939-1945
Subject(s):
Local identifier:
P070-000-210
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.85012 Longitude: -79.03288
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D.I.L. Line 3 workers assembling 3.7 calibre anti-aircraft shells
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D.I.L. Line 3 workers assembling 3.7 calibre anti-aircraft shells


A black and white photo of Line 3 workers assembling 3.7 calibre anti-aircraft shells. These were the largest of the shells made at the plant, measuring close to three and a half feet in length when completed, and were quite heavy. The men in suits were most likely foremen, inspectors or supervisors.