It has been a while since I heard from you. The trains were often blown off their tracks by strong winds between Port Aux Basques and 20 km. to the NW. The snow got so deep that the trains got stuck for days, even with all its weight and power, it could not get through. Closed since 1988.
i remember them being moved at super slo mo along union and I think SJA a bit. it was adorable, these houses having to obey traffic lights. i think one of them got a ticket for littering a few bricks. seriously, i thought it was a good decision to move them because they are lovely. i'm not sure how they did it with the basement, etc. i was a kid then and didn't pay attention to the details, and wish i did! :)
Wow! Gotta go there one day!
nice photo steve i frequen smiths falls and brockville u want the cp and schedule for eastern ontario chris firstname.lastname@example.org is my email
One of my favourite rail fanning spots!
Although I now live in Kingston, I am from Port Hope and visit the area often.
Oops, I mean the Kingston and Pembroke Railway station, built in 1884, but the rail line started in 1872.
That is Kingston City Hall built in 1842, George Brown was the architect. The County Court Office is a couple of km. to the west facing a huge park.
And, as you know, this bridge is now blocked to traffic. A great rail fanning spot!
Lovely sky, spring is coming to Canada
Like and best regards from Oshawa