Planes, Trains and Automobiles: 6 Shots of Canada on the Move
Hey Canada! We recently challenged you to capture iconic Canadian modes of transportation: the vehicles in which we travel across this beautiful country of ours. From planes and trains to automobiles, here are our six favourites photos.
1. Brewster Ice Explorer
Photographer Fred Allin found inspiration in the Brewster Ice Explorer, a fifteen-metre-long colossus designed for transportation on the Athabasca Glacier.
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2. Vancouver Paddlewheeler
What better way to tour British Columbia‘s Fraser River than by taking a paddlewheeler? Thanks to photographer Dianne Reid for sharing!
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3. Orford Express
You can’t help but wonder how thrilling it must be to be a conductor. Russ Hayes snapped this shot of the touring train in Sherbrooke, Quebec.
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5. North American B-25 Mitchell
Photographer Rob Ballantyne found inspiration in this vintage bomber, located in Calgary, Alberta.
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6. Dog Sledding
Nothing screams “Canadian transportation” louder than dog sledding! Photographer George Vanderberg snapped this shot in Spray Lakes near Canmore, Alberta. Thanks for sharing, George.
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