I've walked around this area before, when we were in town, but either didn't have my camera with me or the time wasn't opportune to make some photos. Today I deliberately went here.
'Here' is the railway tunnel, the first of its kind in Canada, that runs for over 525m/1,700' under the town of Brockville, Ontario, including city hall! And surprisingly, it was in use until the 1970's, having first been used in 1860.
(10-22mm f3.5 1/6 sec ISO200)
visitors can enter the first 25m/85' of the tunnel
(10-22mm f3.5 1.6 sec ISO200)
the remainder of the tunnel is inaccessible - note that the tracks have been removed. The pinprick of light in the centre is the far end (north)
BUT, there IS light at the (south) end of the tunnel ! ... and it's NOT a train !