Canadian Pacific Railway viaduct over Parry Sound, Ontario
It's hard to miss Parry Sound's 1,695-foot-long train viaduct that traverses the town 106 feet above houses, businesses and the Seguin River.
While I was composing this shot, I heard a noisy rumbling sound so ran to the other side to get a better view...
Canadian National train heading northerly and then westerly towards western Canada
but not fast enough to capture a photo of the engine. Hmmm. It was less than half an hour later that I climbed the nearby lookout tower to miss another engine! See last week's post. Turns out there are normally two trains in quick succession at this time of day every day, then silence for quite a long while. I missed my two chances.
The viaduct seen from the Parry Sound Lookout tower
I think it looks like the tracks end here but, trust me, they really do travel on across Canada to British Columbia.
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