The train bridge and mudflats form an iconic part of the Tantramar landscape.
These tidal salt marshes are situated between the provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia at the isthmus of Chignecto at the head of the Bay of Fundy.
This huge expanse of salt marshes was dyked in the 17th century to reclaim the soil for hay farming. The dykes are next to the bridge.
The Fundy mudflats are a natural habitat for many species of animals and birds.
At low tide the red earth mudflats are breathtakingly beautiful.
Image Source: Indu Varma