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Polar bears and passenger trains on the same web cam. Churchill, northern Canada is reputed to be the polar bear capital of the world
The town is accessible only by air or train. A webcam shows both bears and trains
A small group of gunzels world wide are regular watchers of a web camera that is situated on top of a wheat silo in Churchill on Hudson's Bay in far North Canada.
The volunteer camera operators , who may be anywhere in the US, are very keen gunzels.
Passenger trains run from Winnipeg to Churchill , a distance of 1004 km 3 times a week .
The train is scheduled to arrive in Churchill at midnight Tuesday ,Thursday , Saturday and depart at 10.30 am Wednesday ,Friday and Sunday.
The camera views depend on the season. Beluga whales are currently featured.
Churchill iis a deep water port and for the 3-4 months of the year that the bay is ice free, grain is delivered by train to the wharf for loading into ships for export
The Camera web page has a comments section (scroll down) where watchers conduct conversations and post screenshots.
The Churchill Conductors Club website has details of the train, links to relevant sites and a monthly Hall of Fame for the best screenshots posted.
New members are very welcome, we would like more gunzels to join in watching, posting and commenting with us.
The CCC website
has a link to the webcam
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