RAILWAY: Canadian National coming from the north
As you can see, March is not the most photogenic of months in central Ontario. Luckily this REDDISH orange Canadian National RAILWAY (commonly called CN) engine entered the scene and saved the photo. CN passes through East Gwillimbury on the east side of town. During the night, if I'm awake, I sometimes hear trains every 20 or 30 minutes. Most of the time I don't hear them though.
Track heading southwesterly
This is the same intersection looking the other way. I took the photo last fall, but you can see a misty sunset adds a light REDDISH (aka pink) tint here.
Curve in the track
I cannot remember, but I think this track belongs to the Canadian Pacific RAILWAY (aka CPR) running parallel with the north shore of Lake Ontario. I'm always looking for a chance to take photos of CPR engines, which are RED. Unfortunately I had no luck the day I took this photo.
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