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Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by interurban, Mar 9, 2003.
This is the neat link.
Hop this works.
Here's two more of the high-level bridge.
The smaller bridge is the LRT (subway) + pedestrian bridge. There's also some other pictures of bridges around Edmonton on that site.
here's the bridge with the waterfall turned on.
Thanks for the Pix...
I Googled for the bridge, but all I got were some very long shots that weren't very clear.
The Shots you have are much better.
I look forward to seeing more.
It's even more beautiful than I remember....
Here's a shot of the long trestle I think Chris asked about. I had to take the shot from about half a mile away, and even then had to splice two shots together...badly, I might add. When the snow melts, I'll see if I can get closer, and get better pictures. Right now, I suspect that even with 4WD, I'd be getting quite stuck.
The long trestle was photographed from a little short range-road type bridge.
Sadly, the builder's Plate did not indicate WHEN it was built.
On the same branchline, not more than a mile away. is a small underpass.
North side bents....
...And the south side bents.
The reason I was intending to wait until summer for these shots? These pictures were taken at twilight, and the light will be much better during the summer.
Hope these help a little, at least.
Thanks a bunch Steve That is one LOOOONNNNGGGGG Bridge.
Hope you get some more shots in the summer.
Lots of bridges out your way
At one time I lived in Saskatoon and took this picture of the CP bridge across the South Saskatchewan River.
That is a wonderful photograph,and a mighty structure.
I see people up there!
ho lotta lawgs
Logs to carry logs
Thanks a log jon
Now lets see a model of that huge constuction.
I bet there is one out there
There is a pedestrian section on the bridge but what an experience to be halfway across and a train comes by. You just stop and hang on to the railing with the wind and noise blasting you.
An old trestle found in Saskatchewan. No longer in existance.
This old trestle was near Rocky Mountain House in Alberta. I took these next few photos to see how a trestle was built
A closer view