Saturday, August 25, 2007

North Bay Heritage Railway Car Shop



This is the car & locomotive shop for the Heritage Railway. Please click on the photo for a larger image.

The Heritage Railway is a miniature railway that operates during the summer and on weekends in late spring and early fall. Over 100,000 passengers per summer will ride on the little trains enjoying the Lake Nipissing waterfront. It is run by volunteers and attempts to preserve some of North Bay's railroading history.

11 comments:

travelphilippines said...

im lovin the green detail there.

Jules said...

Love the colours of the building!!!

Haven't been able to visit many blogs lately due to phone line problems so I am enjoying catching up with your photos.
Cheers

Neva said...

What a lot of green but I bet the kids love it!

Z said...

Looks like fun! That turquiose (as it looks on my screen) is really eye catching, as other commenters have already noted. What are the different blue patches in the sky? From stitching different photos?

Vie Lipowski said...

Love the picture sooo much.
Nice happy colour to see in the summer.

About the "house numbers", some of those were in suburbs.
Thanx again...

CaBaCuRl said...

Have had to catch up on your postings.It seems that all over the world, people love to ride on trains that recreate the days of steam.

luke156 said...

sounds like a interesting train ride, nice one!

JoAnn-NL "Through my Dutch eyes" :) said...

Hi Northbay,
You might have been busy Like I was also last weekend so not an upload...but I loved the shot.

By the way:
Pick up your nomination from ME, I gave you an award, for.... just look read WHY and see.Thank you!

:) JoAnn

Olivier said...

beau panoramique, tu utilises quel logiciel pour les faire ?


beautiful panoramic, you use which software to do them?

NorthBayPhoto said...

The different blue patches come from stitching the photos together to create a panoramic photo. (I only use a digital point & shoot so I rely upon Adobe Photoshop Elements to edit).

DS2944 said...

nice colors's house on this panaorama