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Hopedale yard. The cars are labeled CHUX which are used for low level radioactive waste, anyone know where the waste is coming from? The only place that I can think of is the superfund site near rt 62 in Concord on the Acton line.

Photographed by Ted Freedman, February 13, 2023.
Added to the photo archive by Edward Freedman, February 13, 2023.
Railroad: Grafton & Upton.

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My mistake, I didn't realize just how many weakly radioactive sites are still being cleaned up in Massachusetts.

Posted by Edward Freedman on 2023-02-13 16:07:38

It took decades to clean up the Combustion Engineering site in Windsor CT. Now they're building housing there.

Posted by Mark Yeaton on 2023-02-14 06:30:37

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