• Early train ride to Belleville

    Somewhere between Toronto and Belleville. xxxx We had an out-of-town flickr/ Ipernity meetup today when John Fitzgerald and I visited our good friend Will in Belleville. It's my first ever trip to the Belleville area. I want to express my gratitude to…

  • Belleville Via Rail Station

    We had an out-of-town flickr/ Ipernity meetup today when John Fitzgerald and I visited our good friend Will in Belleville. It's my first ever trip to the Belleville area. I want to express my gratitude to Will, for he is truly a local history expert and…

  • Invisible people!

    Isn't this funny?? It looks like an invisible person is lying on the ground while another is leaning towards the pickup truck! Or two people have walked off these water-proof pants/ trousers and boots! In reality, they belong to some provincial governm…


  • Formerly The Meyer's Mill

    An heritage site and essentially the very first industry in Belleville. Captain John W. Meyers (1745 to 1821) was a Loyalist during the American Revolution, supporting the British side in his native New York. After the War, he moved to British territory…

  • Belleville City Hall

    Completed in 1873 in the Gothic Revival style. xxxx We had an out-of-town flickr/ Ipernity meetup today when John Fitzgerald and I visited our good friend Will in Belleville. It's my first ever trip to the Belleville area. I want to express my gratitu…

  • Rescue 15

    I actually have no clue what fire services this Rescue 15 truck belongs to. I was quite far away and didn't have a chance to get close enough. The truck was sitting on a parking lot just off the National Air Force Musuem of Canada in Trenton, Ontario.…


  • A classic Jag XJ-S!

    Inside the National Air Force Museum of Canada is this Jag. For a moment I thought it had belong to a Canadian James Bond sort of spy. It turns out that someone probably has donated this classic Jaguar to the National Air Force Museum of Canada, which i…

  • A true classic: the Dakota C-47

    This is the first time I came so close to a C-47 Dakota/ DC-3 aircraft. It's much bigger than I had imagined. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C-47 National Air Force Museum of Canada. xxxx We had an out-of-town flickr/ Ipernity meetup today when John Fitzgerald…

  • Via Rail Canada

    Via Rail is Canada's state-run national railway system. These days, Canada's passenger railway system is nowhere near what it used to be. Plus fares are very expensive. The return fare on economy class for the less-than-two-hour ride from Toronto to Be…


  • Scotiabank branch in Belleville

    Front Street, Belleville. AIMG 0429

  • Brief history of Belleville (Ontario)

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  • Handley Page Halifax bomber

    Seeing it up close, the bomber is much larger than I had imagined. More info on the Handley Page Halifax: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Handley_Page_Halif ax AIMG 0448


  • Over the wing of the Handley Page Halifax

    Seeing it up close, the bomber is much larger than I had imagined. More info on the Handley Page Halifax: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Handley_Page_Halif ax AIMG 0457

  • Sikorsky H5

    What a strange looking machine! Read more about the Sikorsky H5 helicopter here: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sikorsky_H-5 And once again I'd like to express my gratitude to my flickr friend Will S for driving me and John here to the National Air Force Museum…

  • Strange head with a 'sidecar'

    What a strange looking machine! Read more about the Sikorsky H5 helicopter here: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sikorsky_H-5 And once again I'd like to express my gratitude to my flickr friend Will S for driving me and John here to the National Air Force Museum…


  • de Havilland Grumman CP-121 (Canadian variant of Grumman S2 Tracker)

    Apparently the de Havilland Grumman CP-121 was built in Canada. It is a Canadian version of the Grumman S-2 Tracker. I really like this stout plane! Read more about this plane here: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grumman_S-2_Tracke r And once again I'd like to…

  • Canadair CT 114 Tutor

    Apparently this is a trainer aircraft for fighter jet pilots. Read more about this plane here: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CT-114_Tutor And once again I'd like to express my gratitude to my flickr friend Will S for driving me and John here to the National Air…

  • Boeing Vertol Labrador's backside

    Of all helicopters, I love twin-engine, tandem-rotor ones the most, probably because they are used in commercial airline service also. This is a Boeing Vertol CH-46 Sea Knight, but designated as the CH-113 Labrador in Canada. This is the first time ever…


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