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Richmond's Canal Walk

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We have reached her!  The James River stretches out before us, in all its glory.

We have reached her!  The James River stretches out before us, in all its glory.








Here, you can get a better look at the Belle Isle footbridge in the background of the image.

Here, you can get a better look at the Belle Isle footbridge in the background of the image.


Note the remains of past bridges alongside the foundations for the modern bridges that currently span the river.

Note the remains of past bridges alongside the foundations for the modern bridges that currently span the river.








And now to return to phase two, we are reminded of how close to the heart of the city we actually are, with the Interstate very close by.  The brown wall in the background of this photo (third tier up from the water level) is the outer boundary of the Reynolds Aluminum building.

And now to return to phase two, we are reminded of how close to the heart of the city we actually are, with the Interstate very close by.  The brown wall in the background of this photo (third tier up from the water level) is the outer boundary of the Reynolds Aluminum building.


Now where do we go?  The answer is, go left, and find that strange door to continue past the locks.

Now where do we go?  The answer is, go left, and find that strange door to continue past the locks.


Near this portion of the Canal Walk are high-rise buildings for SunTrust and Wachovia.  Wachovia seemed to be a recurring theme in the Photo Essay Blitz, as I managed to encounter and photograph a building for Wachovia, or its parent company First Union, on every trip.

Near this portion of the Canal Walk are high-rise buildings for SunTrust and Wachovia.  Wachovia seemed to be a recurring theme in the Photo Essay Blitz, as I managed to encounter and photograph a building for Wachovia, or its parent company First Union, on every trip.





This is the Haxall Mill Flume Arch, part of what once was, back in the heyday of the canal system.

This is the Haxall Mill Flume Arch, part of what once was, back in the heyday of the canal system.







And with this, we reach the beginning of the Canal Walk again.

And with this, we reach the beginning of the Canal Walk again.

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