rails

We live near the I & M Canal (http://www.canalcor.org/CCA_Hist.html: 96 miles of engineering, history an hard work. It is a great place to take a hike or enjoy a bike ride. When I go with my son we take a little diversion and climb along a train tresse pictured here, and follow the tracks to neat bridge that will show up on this blog soon.
We live near the I & M Canal (http://www.canalcor.org/CCA_Hist.html): 96 miles of engineering, history and hard work. It is a great place to take a hike or enjoy a bike ride. When I go with my son we take a little diversion and climb alongside a train bridge pictured here, and follow the tracks to another bridge visible in this image at the end of the rails. That bridge spans the Illinois River. When I’m here, time slows down a bit… and that’s a good thing.

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