Archive of posts tagged "bridge"

Instagram Worthy: Alexandra Bridge

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If you’ve ever been on a road trip through the Fraser Canyon then you’ve been past Spuzzum, the notoriously tiny town along Highway 1 that you can literally miss if you blink. Just past Spuzzum, 3.4km up the road to be exact, you’ll find Alexandra Bridge Provincial Park, and one of the most Instagram-worthy photo […]

Vancouver Cherry Blossom Photo of the Day

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The Cherry Blossom Photo of the Day series contains photos that you have shared with the Miss604 Flickr Pool and/or the #Photos604 tag on Instagram. Today’s selection, by @mrmikelan on Instagram, featuring beautiful pink blossoms and the Burrard Bridge in Vancouver: A photo posted by Mike (@mrmikelan) on Mar 19, 2016 at 12:19pm PDT View […]

Port Mann Bridge Demolition Video

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The old Port Mann Bridge has been closed since 2012 and over the last three years, it’s been carefully dismantled, piece by piece as traffic flows by on the newer, wider replacement. 2010 – Photo credit: jasonsanders on Flickr 2013 – Miss604 photo 2014 – Miss604 photo Port Mann Bridge Demolition Video Last week some […]

20 Awesome Vancouver Bridge Photos

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After hitting the snooze button for the last time on a weekday morning, bleary-eyed Vancouverites become obsessed with two specific pieces of information to get them going: Weather and traffic. Being very much a “bridge and tunnel” commuter region, we hear about bridges all the time and usually whether they have a stall, backup, heavy […]

#WhatsTheLink: The Canada Line Pedestrian-Bicycle Bridge

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#WhatsTheLink is a series about all that TransLink, Metro Vancouver’s transportation authority, is responsible for in the region. Join the conversation on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. These guest posts are written by Robert Willis. #WhatsTheLink: The Canada Line Pedestrian-Bicycle Bridge Did you know that there are 200,000 crossings by trucks, cars, and buses over the […]

Lions Gate Bridge at Night: Gracie’s Necklace

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If you are familiar with Lions Gate Bridge history then you’ll know that its construction was made possible by the Guinness family (yes, that Guinness) but did you know that its iconic string of lights was nicknamed Gracie’s Necklace? Photo credit: Shannon Leigh Photography on Flickr The Guinness family, of Irish beer fame, was convinced […]