Eyes off the Street: Expo Tracks in Northvale Trench

Photo: Jonathan Weiss
Photo: Jonathan Weiss

On Tuesday, Jonathan Weiss snapped this picture of the Expo Line tracks being placed in the Northvale Road trench. The trench runs along the southern end of Cheviot Hills and the track’s arrival is considered a construction mile stone by rail fans.

For comparison’s sake, check out this picture by Carter Rubin of the trench before Expo construction began.

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