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I believe it to be Brown Street, near Spragues. Why if I'm not mistaken, it looks like RC himself ridding the plant of PCP.....ah, the good old days.

Posted: 04/04/2001

What was the Season?

Can you name any of the people?
noth Adms firefitghters

Can you name the location?
American Legion Drive

This is a scene during urban renewal, kitty-corner acrosss from new Transcript plant, where firefighters were diluting an underground tankful of molasses stored by a defunct business.Note the corner, white, of the box company manufacturing plant. If this was Brown Street you d would see the west Main Street curve Charlie Hoye

Posted: 08/25/2005

It is a North Adams Firefighter that is all I can tell

Posted: 03/18/2011

charlie is right. The defunt buisness was, The Ralston Purina Grain company. This was the old mollases pit found when they were digging there. I knew this buisness very well as my father worked there over thirty years and this was taken down during urban renawal. Merv Haas

Posted: 03/18/2011

The man in the plaid shirt and white hair is Charlie Wagner ,longtime manager of Ralston Purina,

Posted: 12/13/2011

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