Marco B: "Burst eye wash pipe" is a photo of an Eyewash Station pipe that burst and the water eventually froze in a wave form, but not before totally flooding the basement and rendering the elevator useless! It was pretty wild, 'they' left the electricity on but turned the heat off, so the water in the pipes froze and needless to say there were bursts all over property.
fhovie: The images I shot of the Kodak Plant we mostly shot on 35mm film. However, I did use a p&s digital camera for snaps in dark rooms and my Autocord when I revisited Building 9 (the only building left of the site) last year.
The very LAST 100-sheet box of Kodak paper I had, which I used up about two years ago, was exactly the same. Until I saw that, I wasn't even sure if Kodak was coating in the Toronto facility.
The SA'FETY FILM marks were very common in the distant past, although when I got 100 ft rolls of Bulk film, the US code was shown even though the box said Kodak Canada. My undrstanding is that back in the 50s and 60 ALL the Common types were made in Toronto for the canadian market. Mind you the marking would have applied to film that was converted in toronto from master rolls made elsewhere.
I beleive that Paper was the last product that they coated there.