Railway Trestle: 0115.0006

Railway Trestle
0115.0006

0115.0006: Railway Trestle

Long wooden railway trestle with train approaching. Sandy Czorny added: This is the east end of the original Grand Trunk Pacific Railway bridge at the confluence of the McLeod River and Sundance Creek. It was called the "Big Eddy". It was between Edson and Bickerdike, AB.

Medium:  Photograph - Image
Date:  unknown
Collection:  Valemount Historical Society (0115)

Keywords:

trestle train bridge

Subjects:

Transportation arrow Bridgesarrow
Transportation arrow Railwaysarrow
Transportation arrow Railways arrow Companies arrow Grand Trunk Pacificarrow
Physical Features arrow Creeks arrow Sundance Creekarrow
Physical Features arrow Rivers arrow McLeod Riverarrow
People arrow Czornyarrow

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