This original wooden water tower captured in Barry’s Bay, Ontario, is the last of its kind in the province!
Historically, railroads that used steam locomotives required a means of replenishing the locomotive’s tenders. Water towers were common along the railroad.
As I was taking pictures of the water tower, flocks of pigeons would fly overhead and land on the tower or take off from it, as seen in the picture.
Have a wonderful Tuesday.
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A night view looking north on Trinity Street in Toronto’s Distillery District, looking past Victorian era industrial buildings converted into shops, restaurants, bars, art galleries and cultural facilities.