Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Railroad Bridge at the Locks

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This railroad bridge is usually tilted up unless a train is using it. The train had just passed. Boats are coming in from the Sound to use the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks. I've been at a friends house up the embankment from here, and the train looks like it could be in a miniature train set.


Anonymous said...

There's so much activity around Lake Union and the locks, especially on a summer day. This lively photo just bustles!

Hello from Olympia,

Olympia Daily Photo

Lavenderlady said...

You have captured a great deal in this photo.

Celine said...

I love bridges... the architecture and engineering which goes into them astounds me. You've capture the bridge and the boats well. Makes me really want to head up to Seattle. I haven't been there in over 10 years.