Lionel Boxer & the Aftermath of Hurricane Hazel (1954) in Toronto

Anyone associated with the RCE/CME would be interested in this.

Commemoration of the construction of six bailey bridges following Hurricane Hazel in Toronto on 8 Jun.

http://rougedays.ca/home/eventschedule.dot

My dad was involved in the building of these bridges and I rebuilt the remaining one (too much road salt had made it unsafe over 35 years) http://intergon.net/handson/ (we wore civilian cloths because the army reserve would not let us do it as army reservists – we made more money too, working via my consultancy.)

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Commemoration of the construction of six bailey bridges following Hurricane Hazel in Toronto on 8 Jun.  A few miles west of the Toronto Zoo in Scarborough.

Toronto – 8 June 2014 at noon there will be a commemorative visit to the bridge that I rebuilt over the Rouge RIver. The commemoration is to do with the original bridge that was constructed in 1954 following Huricane Hazel. A talk will be given by Major (ret) Mid Kitchen, who was inolved in the 1954 construction. See the details on this website. Contact person is Michelle Holmes at 903-713-6021 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 903-713-6021

My dad was involved in the building of these bridges and I rebuilt the remaining one (too much road salt had made it unsafe over 35 years)  (we wore civilian cloths because the army reserve would not let us do it as army reservists – we made more money too, working via my consultancy.)

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