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CP At Lytton

There is a really nice S-curve bridge at the north end of Lytton, BC where you can shot from up on a hill.
Great photo and location.....I spent a week or so in late September and early October in the Thompson and Fraser Canyons. Once I get all my pictures sorted I hope to do a photostory of my holidays from Edmonton to Vancouver Island and back. I went wild with my new digital camera and got over 500 pictures (trains, family, scenery and general pics, etc. etc).
Thanks Jon. This was taken after I kinda fell down on some rocks and slid down about 10 feet.
Great shot! My god, it's been a while since I took photos there. Wasn't there a powerline draped over the scene?!! And the highway bridge!! When did they build that? It was old original one the last time. And CP on CN!! Will I ever accept that? I don't think so. Thanks for sharing.

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