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Overlooking 214 Place and the Railway Bridge
Canada
This was taken just beside the 99 Ave. along the Muskoseepee Park Trail.
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Uploaded: 15/01/2013
Updated: 17/01/2013
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Tags: muskoseepee park; snow; winter; 214 place; mnp building; railway
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