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la vélogare de l'estriade

Posted by
vu@granby (Granby, Québec, Canada) on 8 July 2007 in Cityscape & Urban and Portfolio.

© Gilles Daigneault 2007


« ... de la ville de Farnham,
en passant par Granby et Waterloo jusqu'à Danville,
la véloroute des Cantons-de-l'Est, c'est 225 km de superbe piste cyclable... »

photobloguemestre - photoblogmaster - gilles daigneault
co-photobloguemestre - co-photoblogmaster - wolfgang prigge

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À tous nos visiteurs : merci de vos commentaires !
Visitors: thank you for your comments!

allyy`* from Singapore, Singapore

fab reflections!

8 Jul 2007 10:45am

sithenah from Hyde, United Kingdom

This is a curious piece of railway which seems unconnected at both ends. Is it the remnants of an old line or a lovely piece of avant-garde sculpture.

Whatever, it looks great.

8 Jul 2007 1:49pm

{H} creatives from Santa Clara, United States

An interesting capture....agree with Alicia...that reflection of the sky is great!

8 Jul 2007 8:26pm

Cathie et Michel from Paris, France

bonsoir, pourquoi le Vélogare? une piste cyclabe; belle image

8 Jul 2007 8:43pm

RoBeRt from Hawk Mountain, United States

wonderful shot , love the reflection !!

9 Jul 2007 2:23am

@RoBeRt: Thank you ALL for your comments!

And, thank you Wolfgang
for the details.

Wolfgang Prigge from Granby, Canada

to sithenah,
It is at the main hub of the multiuse trail in the town of Granby, Québec, Canada. Several years ago the railroad right-of-ways were converted into trails, and the vélogare is situated where the train station used to be. The original buildings were in such a state of disrepair that a new building had to be erected, but the old style was kept. The short pieces of rail were kept as a reminder of the original purpose.

9 Jul 2007 12:15pm