History On The Trans Canada Trail-Print Only

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History On The Trans Canada Trail-Print Only

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While I was spending time on Vancouver Island I was told about the Kinsol Trestle, a train bridge in the Cowichan Valley. When I got to the location I was awestruck to see this amazing structure. Completed in 1920, this became the largest wooden trestle in the Commonwealth of Nations. Standing at 144 feet tall and 617 feet long, the trestle was abandoned in the 1980's and eventually restored to provide access to the Trans Canada Trail. 

Location: Cowichan Valley. Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.

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