Hmmm. You know you might be slightly weirder than I am. Heh.

None of the Iron Horse Trail bridges seem to have individual names. I haven't seen any of the others, but know there is at least one more. This is the most interesting one and the plaque for it said it was supposed to represent "transportation." Ergo, looking like an airplane or something is apt. Or something very similar, that it was dedicated to "Mr. Transportation," a city or county council member who had envisioned the trail and this particular bridge.

Later, Marnie aka Doe I haven't won the lottery yet, ESP doesn't work, the numbers are too random. Good luck.

On 1/6/2018 12:24 AM, Alan C wrote:
Very interesting, Marnie. I researched it & found your bridge + many others & tunnels too. When I saw it was 32km my mind wandered to road-running & then I read that there is actually an annual half-marathon. All I need to do now is win the lotto.

Alan C

-----Original Message----- From: Marnie (aka Doe)
Sent: 6 January, 2018 12:39 AM
To: pdml@pdml.net
Subject: PESO - Iron Horse

Now for something shot recently, in December 2017.

Iron Horse is a walking trail and pedestrian bridge near me. The trail
crosses the boundaries of several cities because it replaced the old
train tracks that were once there. Ironically, I used to walk those
tracks, while still tracks, in my twenties with my female roommate.

The bridge is sort of futuristic looking or like an airplane or
spaceship. It is also not symmetrical, which the photo may or may not
show. It dips a bit on one side with a curve.

I made it B&W to make it more dramatic. I may do a GESO later.

http://mapphotography.org/PAWS/pages/ironhorse.htm

Comments welcome.
(Also suggestions on B&W processing, not my strong suit.)

Marnie aka Doe :-)

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