Sunday, January 23, 2011


It has been quite cold the last few days and it definitely is not a time to wander around looking for pictures. But this is a good time to go through my files and scan some Winter images from the past., pictures I have never printed but now look quite interesting seeing how everything changes in such a relatively short time. North Bay was a very important railway town with large yards and repair shops, all of which has disappeared quite a few years ago. I think Dave Brown, and many others, can remember how it looked like in the early seventies. It looks quite different now.


David c.h. Brown said...

You're right Mike. That was pretty much the way it looked when we arrived in North Bay, and indeed it has undergone quite a transformation since. Thanks for this. Dave

Krys and Paul said...

Beautiful and haunting Canadian winter scene - the railway is such a part of our history - though this shot coulod have been the prairies

Rob Greenfield said...

Mike, here's a link to a photo I took around the same time near there of the old train buildings