Urban landscapes: waiting for the train


The light rapid transit system in this western Canadian city is called the C-Train. I visited one of the newest stations, a three-story-structure with the tracks high above the ground. Initially, I was disappointed the train platform wasn’t better lit, but as you can see, it worked out very well with the circular bulkhead beams and the long exposure on the incoming train.
Who was that dude on the bench? He never lifted his head and skipped several trains.  Nikon D7100, tripod.

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Canada commuter train


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