CN 1931

By: Lesley

Jan 02 2011

Category: bridges, Toronto

12 Comments

Aperture:f/4.1
Focal Length:11mm
ISO:320
Shutter:1/0 sec
Camera:DMC-ZS7

A view of Carlaw Ave under the CN bridge. We have train tracks above, a wide road for cars and buses below, plus a covered walkway with large arches for people. This cornerstone reads 1931, but interestingly, there is another one on the other side which reads 1930.

Participating in Sunday Bridges

Starting January 4, 2011, a new meme for SIGNS will begin. Read about it at signs, signs, and seek out interesting signage to share with our fellow enthusiasts. (This meme could also fit in well with bridges, windows, skies …)

12 comments on “CN 1931”

  1. Congratulations, Lesley! You are first up for the New Year on Sunday Bridges.

    BTW – «Louis» is adding your blog to his blogroll in the right sidebar.

  2. HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU!!!
    Interesting bridge, by the way:)
    Joo

  3. Strange there are two dates on the bridge. I’m sure there’s some “logical” explanation. 🙂

  4. Nice!
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    • oh my, it took me ages to figure out what this was, then once I got it, I wonder how I couldn’t see the house before. Great!

  5. Interesting, we have a Carlaw Park and road here.

    Next time, you go to Windsor and take a photo of the Ambassador bridge for me? LOL

  6. Perhaps one side was completed in December, the other in January? 😀

  7. Nice shot. Started in 1930 and completed a year later…?

  8. Another lovely bridge Lesley. Interesting about the different dates on the two parts. Thanks for the link to your new sign meme — I like the idea; I’ve done some sign posts in the past and will try to do more and link them.

  9. Happy Blue Monday! Great images!

  10. […] is another view of the same bridge posted here. The date here is 1930, whereas on the south side, it reads 1931. Perhaps one is a start date and […]

  11. […] is another view of the same bridge posted here. The date here is 1930, whereas on the south side, it reads […]


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