Thursday, June 2, 2016

The Trackside Photographer

Today, on The Trackside Photographer, the webside dedicated to the railroad landscape.

Thirty year ago, Eric Gagnon set out to photograph the remaining wooden-crib grain elevators strung out along the tracks of the Canadian Pacific and Canadian National railroads in Saskatchewan. Now they are gone, but their memory lives on in Eric's photographs of these "Wheat-Filled Wonders." (Click here to read)


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