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Category Archives: bridges
Buckley Bay and Denman Island on a foggy west coast fall day Related Posts:BC Ferries – Buckley BayMV QuinitsaBC Ferries – Buckley BayBC Ferries Buckley Bay – The herring fleet
My view of the Johnston Street Bridge replacement project Related Posts:Johnston Street bridge replacementVictoria – Johnston StreetVictoria – Soon to be forgottenJohnston Street Bridge – the last cars
A fall scene at the Comox Lake Logging Road bridge Red, yellow and orange leaves – a spectacular fall day at Comox Lake. The Comox Lake Recreation Area provides access to multi-use trails along the Puntledge River, and some great … Continue reading
The Bridge over Dirty Creek For some reason I felt compelled to stop and take a picture of the bridge over Dirty Creek. Perhaps because it’s an interesting name for a creek, as are Lost Shoe 1 and Lost Shoe … Continue reading
The wooden pile Roche Cove bridge on Gillespie Road spans the stream that connects Roche Cove and Sooke Harbour. Related Posts:BC Ferries – Quathiaski CoveQuathiaski CoveFord CoveTelegraph Cove – Kayaking
Rideau Canal locks 1, 2, and 3 descending to the Ottawa River, and the Alexandra Bridge crossing into Gatineau, Quebec Related Posts:Ottawa River – a winter dayOttawa – Across the riverOttawa River – a winter rest for cruise shipsC-ILRP
The E&N bridge over Whitehouse Creek Related Posts:E&N Victoria Subdivision – Mile 123.00 Coal CreekE&N Victoria Subdivision – Mile 124.10 Mill Creek…E&N Victoria Subdivision – Mile 120.20 Rosewell…E&N Victoria Subdivision – Mile 120.10 Berray Road
Amy Usen at her berth by the Johnston Street Bridge Amy Usen’s berth is at the mouth to the Gorge Waterway, a six kilometer long arm of the Upper Victoria Harbour that stretches from the Selkirk Trestle to the head … Continue reading
Nimpkish River bridge The Nimpkish River is the longest river on the Island, originating on the west slope of Mount Alston, flowing northwest into Nimpkish Lake and then north into the Broughton Strait 8 km east of Port McNeill Related … Continue reading
The E&N bridge over Coal Creek I don’t usually post images that were shot looking down from the bridges – not because they are not very interesting, but because they don’t properly show the height of the bridge or the … Continue reading