Crow's Nest Photography was in Boundary Electric's shop last week doing some product shots of custom built sub station destined for Northern Saskatchewan. This substation is gigantic and the shop is a busy place. The mixed lighting was tough on colour balance but all in all the shoot went very well. Boundary Electric's building and history is very interesting. It is a family run business founded in 1947 by the current president's grandfather and these days the generational corporate succession is unusual. The main shop is the region's retired railway round house similar to the round house located in Yaletown (Vancouver, BC).