The Crossing at Split Rock River
These pilings are around 100 years old, located at the mouth of Split Rock river where it enters Lake Superior. Back at the turn of the century the old road came through here and these pilings supported a bridge and building used in logging. The train would run about a 150 yards up river from this location, drop logs off to be floated down to Duluth. I spent some time digging around to find out that in fact these pilings are built from virgin white pine, but like most timber IN Lake Superior, these have not rotted.
Thoughts/critique on this image much appreciated.
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