Along the former CPR St-Lin spur, September 1982, just as some fall colors started to appear: One could also "Insert track here" before trying the train. CPR had abandoned this line a few years earlier. During the 1970s our family lived about a half-mile or so from this line. I heard some trains coming through, once in a while. Then there were no more. But it was a nice place to take long walks as a family. The St-Lin spur ran from a junction at Blainville, with the main line up to St-Jerome and Mt-Laurier, straight to Ste-Anne-Des-Plaines, La Plaine, and finally St-Lin (now called Laurentides). At one model train club open house, I met a lady from St-Lin that remembers the trains that went up there. She shared some nice memories from that time. That was cool. Photo by my Dad.