Category Archives: black and white

A Crumbling Barn

An old barn crumbling and fading into a forgotten past

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Dartmouth Street Art

A small piece of street art at the Alderney ferry terminal

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E&N Mile 122.75 Hastings Road

E&N Victoria Subdivision Mile 122.75 Hastings Road

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Harsh Reality – Vancouver Island Rail

The harsh reality of the Esquimalt & Nanaimo track condition

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A Collapsing Barn

A barn slowly collapsing, and fading away

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An Apple Orchard

Early spring at an apple orchard – Melvern Square, Nova Scotia

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Brant

The fishing boat Brant in French Creek

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E&N Victoria Subdivision – Mile 123.68 Jacob Road

E&N Victoria mile 123.68 Jacob Road

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Digby Fishing Boats

Fishing boats in Digby

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A Tale of Two Lines

Parallel tracks of the Wellcox Spur and the Victoria Subdivision line near Chase River

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