EDMONTON DAILY PHOTO

Edmonton is one of the largest northern urban centers in the world. Located in Canada, Edmonton is the capital city of Alberta. The city has a strong history as a trade center, and it served as the last major stop for the Klondikers during the Gold Rush. This is why we Edmontonions call our city "The Gateway to the North"


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Friday, May 2, 2008

I Wonder if the Stores are all Closed?


The title is a classic rock referance.

The city sits on the banks of the North Saskatchewan river. The banks are about 130-150 feet tall in the Downtown area. Multiple sets of these stairs allow access to the park below. Normally you see someone working out, or pushing a bike up the side tracks, but today was a slow day.

Plans to build a funicular are in the works

3 comments:

Tanya said...

Seems like that ramp would be easier than stairs!

USelaine said...

This is just the sort of thing I need to get me in shape.

Abraham Lincoln said...

These stairs would kill me quicker than a heart attack. Wow. Your photograph captured that and made it crystal clear. Nice shot.

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