Bridges of British Columbia.

LIFE AS I SEE IT - with one eye closed.

DSC_0149 Kinsol Trestle.

Situated on Vancouver Island and now part of the Trans Canada Trail, this bridge was at one time a vital part of getting logs down to the mills.

For the complete story, please see my blog of May 6, 2018, entitled Wandering Vancouver Island – Kinsol Trestle.

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This is a picture of the Hudson Hope suspension bridge spanning the Peace River in northern British Columbia. The steel cables that hold up the deck are buried in bed rock and cement, 53 feet below the surface.

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The haze in the background is smoke from many of the forest fires in B.C. this past summer.

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Located in Nanaimo, B.C., this bridge, for walking only, forms part of the water front attraction that runs for several kilometers. It is well lit at night, and is a popular area at all times of the day. Cheers.

This blog is in response to Ryan’s…

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