TILL RUST DO WE PART

The Hamilton Spectator - - LOCAL -

Peo­ple have hung locks on the fence over the rail­way cross­ing on Locke Street South as a sym­bol of their love. It fol­lows a Parisien tra­di­tion that in­volves fas­ten­ing a “love lock” onto the Pont des Arts bridge be­fore throw­ing the key into the River Seine. Part of the Paris bridge’s rail­ings col­lapsed un­der the weight — close to one mil­lion locks, weigh­ing 45 tonnes, were cut from the struc­ture.

JOHN RENNISON, THE HAMIL­TON SPEC­TA­TOR

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