Reflections at Kirkfield Lift Lock
Continuing from yesterday's post, I am still up on the the observation deck.
These reflections are in one of the water-filled chambers that rise and fall 49 feet taking boats to a higher level if traveling easterly (the highest point on the Trent-Severn Waterway) and to a lower level if traveling westerly.
A boat in the chamber about to head easterly after being lifted up
Looking down from the observation deck, watching boats come and go through the canal
Actually, one boat is is stationary. Its owners are a little to the right (where you cannot see them) eating lunch.
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