While doing some temporary scenery, I added a few dead twigs on Clermont hillside and Malbaie River embankment. Nothing special, but the effect is dramatic. With minimal scenery, Donohue and Clermont got visually divided by a tunnel of tree, making the distance seems longer. It is also more prototypical. When in Clermont, when you cross St. Philippe Street, you can see the track curving and disappearing into a forested area. Farther away, the track emerges from the woods on the bridge and reaches the paper mill.
This is a small detail, but it improves prototypicalness and offers us with a few new railfanning spots. In fact, three new spots:
1) A sweeping curve from St. Philippe Street’s grade crossing
2) A spectacular low-angle shot from River Malbaie embankment
3) An interesting shot from the bridge toward the tree tunnel.