Saturday, August 6, 2011

Photo: Parking for Cabooses Only

Yaletown is a particularly... particular part of Vancouver, in some ways feeling like a different city entirely and in others like the essential distillation of Vancouver, the sort of place that people back east think of when they think of Vancouver. You'll find things there that you won't find in many other places, like a concrete park surrounding a hollow sculpture of the head of a dead god or something, or a set of railway tracks on Mainland Street just long enough to house a caboose.

For some reason. I don't know why. There are no markings on the caboose itself, and there are no signs elaborating on its presence - not even one of those art markers. It's just a caboose, on the street. Presumably it's a form of public art... presumably.

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