From Park Street outbound to Alewife, the Red-Line T comes above ground at the Charles / MGH station, goes across the Longfellow Bridge and then dips back in the tunnel at MIT. A short snippet of the Boston Skyline taken from the Red-Line as it speeds over the Charles river. The trip between stations takes less than a minute, but a superb view everyday! On beautiful days, countless sailboats bob on the Charles River.
Enjoy the best of Boston!
- Views of Boston Harbor
- Running along the Charles River
- Boston Public Garden in the Spring – A panorama”
- Boston: What a difference the sun makes
- Boston after the rains
- Charyl Weissbach: Balsam Poplars
How about in Bangalore?
Cool. I hail from kumta and i am currently in Singapore and i have several relatives in kumta. I am wondering whether honnavar predominated by muslims or hindus?
I think metropolitan Honavar has a diverse population of many religions as well as tribals. Thanks.
I think most probably hindus are dominating honnavar
In the coastal karnataka belt, yes, hinduism is the predominant religion with other religions also represented.
Cool. I will wait for the clips then :). I hail from a Hudgod (a village near Honnavar). My parents are settled in Mysore. I am currently staying in Bangalore for work purpose. I have several relatives in Kumta and Honnavar region.
Thanks Poornima! I am just so much in love with the entire Kumta – Honavar – NK region. BTW was born near there to. 🙂
The clip is good, hope to see the skyline some time (in case if I come to US 🙂 …). This reminds me of the the view from the Honmav bridge (you will come across this when you are entering Kumta from Honnavar end). There are no skylines but the bridge runs over a strip of river and overlooking coconut and supari plantations. It forms a good place for a quiet evening walk.
Yes! I remember.
You give me a great idea, I will record some of the spectacular views from the Konkan Railway. My train from Madgao usually reaches Kumta at 5:30, so the setting sun provides a spectacular vista over the several rivers and as you pointed out the place is rich in Coconut and supari plantations.
Thanks you Poornima.
Btw, where are you based?