The High Level Bridge also called Lethbridgeuct was constructed by the Canadian Pacific Railroad to give a shorter and easier route to the North.The viaduct is the largest railway structure in Canada at 1624m long and 95.7m high. Photo taken on 4th August 2015.
Alan Morton       


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