Thursday, December 29, 2011

Photo: A Bump in the Canada Line

There are very few places where it's possible to take an overhead shot of a Canada Line train, considering that it's underground through Vancouver and elevated across much of Richmond. The only point at which the line is mostly surface-level is on Sea Island, near Vancouver International Airport - this photograph was taken from an overhead walkway leading to Sea Island Centre Station. The train honestly looks a bit strange to me, seen from this angle.

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