In the center of the photo, we see the main entrance of the Southwest Mabou River into the Mabou River. At the left of the photo, Nicholsons Island is seen above the barn and proceeding out across from Murphy Point. Big Cove lies at the right of the photo.
There is a second entrance of the Southwest Mabou River into the Mabou River; not visible in this photo, it is on the back side of Nicholsons Island, where another smaller channel flows beneath the bridge on the West Mabou Road further from the Cèilidh Trail.
The glorious Cape Mabou Highlands on the other side of the Mabou River again dominate the gorgeous scene. Blue sky, mountains, beautiful waters, green fields—what more could one want?
 There is now a Railway Trail kiosk with interpretive panels, a parking area, and a covered picnic table at this site, so you can bring a picnic lunch to enjoy this fantastic view. It is also a great spot at sunset from which to enjoy the often marvellous skies as the sun sets.