Phillips Bridge: 0070.0594

Phillips Bridge
0070.0594

0070.0594: Phillips Bridge

Spring of 1916, Curly Phillips with the help of E.B Abram, Frank Doucette and another man, built a bridge across a log jam just below Robson Overlander Falls on the Fraser river to replace the Denny Hogan Construction bridge that was washed out. Bridge was built to take pack outfits and dudes into the Robson area. Phillips bridge was washed out June 25, 1919.

Medium:  Photograph - Image
Date:  unknown
Collection:  Valemount Historical Society (0070)

Keywords:

bridge landscape view

This resource has been referenced to the following resources:

(0070-0593) Phillips Bridge

Subjects:

People arrow Abramarrow
People arrow Doucettearrow
People arrow Hoganarrow
Natural History arrow Guidingarrow
Physical Features arrow Mountainsarrow
People arrow Philipsarrow
Transportation arrow Bridgesarrow
Physical Features arrow Rivers arrow Fraser Riverarrow

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