These photos of the rural neighbourhood on the eastern side of Waterville, Carleton County show the considerable effect of the Carleton Railway's mainline re-alignment on the residents there. By digging through the rock to make room for the mainline, the neighbourhood was cut in half by the railway. However, a small wooden bridge serves to connect the homes on the two sides of the track. The photos below give some sense of the area. Even though these folks are farmers, they also tend good-sized vegetable gardens near their homes (just as most folks did in the real Waterville, NB when I lived there in the 1980s).