GO-ing to Work

"On July 18, 1858, the first through train passed over the entire line from Philadelphia via Mount Joy to Pittsburgh without transfer of passengers. At the same time the first smoking car ever attached to a passenger train was used, and sleeping cars also soon began to appear."
~ John Moody

The GO Train out of Milton station makes its way towards Mississauga and then Toronto. About the only reliable form of public transport in this one-horse urban sprawl town, Milton is quickly becoming the poster child for piss poor city management as more people flood into the suburbs and the population doubles. Not that city growth is a bad thing but when the infrastructure hasn’t changed since the city was almost half its current size? Well, let’s just say it’s becoming clear that some have had enough…

Camera :Nikon D70
Lens :Nikon 12-24mm f/4 AF-S DX
Shutter Speed :1/60
ISO :400
f-Stop :14
Strobes :Array
Location :Milton, Ontario, Canada
Conditions :Fog, Haze
Amethyst Aster
Black-capped Chickadee
Overcast field
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