Crooked Little Speeder Shack

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Museums can provide the best photography subjects out there, and when the exhibit is hosted mostly outside it only gets better from there. We’re heading back to the BC Forest Discovery Centre today where we are going to take a look at a classic and historical “Speeder Shack”. These shacks were used as garages to store the railroad speeders in when not in service. This particular one is just so full of wonderful character, it literally speaks for itself. Photographically speaking, that is.

Visit our blog “Crooked Little Speeder Shack” for the story behind the photo.

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