MSTS / OR Hooker Tank Cars. This folder contains three 40 foot tank cars that served customers during the late 1970s and early 80s. Hooker chemical was a large chemical company and is remembered for the Love Canal Disaster. In 1890, Love Canal was created as a model planned community but was only partially developed. In the 1920s, the canal became a dumpsite for municipal refuse for the city of Niagara Falls. During the 1940s, the canal was purchased by Hooker Chemical Company, which used the site to dump 21,800 short tons (roughly 19,800 t) of chemical byproducts from the manufacturing of dyes, perfumes, and solvents for rubber and synthetic resins. Hooker Chemical Tank cars are Paul Charland models created in TS Modeler. Models feature Tim Muir couplers and air hoses along with wheel and spring textures. Repaints by Michelle with Paul's approval.
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