architecture - canadian bridges

From old wooden bridges soaked in creosote, to the second longest cable-stayed bridge in North America, Canada offers many varieties of architecturally stunning bridges.

The quiet beauty of the very busy Fraser River at night from New Westminster.
The Kettle Valley Railway Trail has had her trestle bridges restored.
Grouse Mountain's night skiing glows in the background behind the night-lit Lions Gate Bridge crossing Burrard Inlet in Vancouver.
The Iron Worker's Memorial Bridge is paralleled by the rail-only bridge at the 2nd narrows crossing along Burrard Inlet.
A busy day on the Fraser River with the Skytrain Bridge for rapid transit, the Pattullo Bridge for vehicles, and the train bridge that can be swung open to allow boat traffic along the river.
A simple foot bridge across the mouth of Noons Creek as it empties into Burrard Inlet in Port Moody.
After the new 10 lane cable bridge was built but before the old Port Mann Bridge was removed.
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