Well here in these following photo's i well show
you plainly that sections of the railway right of way once indeed
did run down the southern shore,
Lenny and myself have found lots of artifacts
too prove such,the right-of-way had run through bogs,across rivers,and high
above the surounding landscape.in many sections of the abandoned rail-line
sections of the line had too be built on top of bogs useing
corduroy road,which has been erroded so badly that the old corduroy wood has been since
been exposed too the elements.
the railway constructors were restricted to
lengths of corduroy road in
order too make a good footing for the rail bed
and a solid base to lay the track on top of.
Over the last 75 years or so,sections of the corduroy road has become exposed from A.T.V'S and weather
errosion running over what is left of the railbed,and in these photo's you can surely see what time has done to the old railbed,another
20 or 30 years,section's of railbed may not even exist,it's a shame that this line
cannot be made a part of the east coast trail,because this railline runs through some of the most
spectacular scenery you well ever see anywhere.