Part 1 – A Favourite Underpass (not including vehicles or people)

This is the south side, heading in. I ‘LOVE’ it.

I love an underpass: the rusty steel beams and rivets, the dirt, the drips, the graffiti, etc.

So, when I wandered into one of my favourite underpasses, below the train tracks and SW/SE Transitway at Osborne St, in Winnipeg, I took a lot of photos. In fact, so many photos that this post will be in two parts.

Enjoy today’s post showing photos with no vehicles or people. Though I did cheat a bit. The very last photo does have some vehicles, in the distance, because I wanted to end the post with a shot on the north side of the underpass.

This is looking back from the north side.

My book, Glass Bricks, is out (since April, 2021) and now available worldwide in/through your local bookstores or from https://atbaypress.com/books/detail/glass-bricks. The digital version will be out soon. If you go to the Published Writing & Photos page (in the menu) you can find out more about it, watch my launch, read a review, and listen to a radio interview. You can also read my writing/see my photos that were published in journals, etc.

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