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Lion's Gate Bridge Crossing The First Narrows, Vancouver, Canada

Lion's Gate Bridge Crossing The First Narrows, Vancouver, Canada

In 1937-8 the Guinness estate built of the Lion's Gate Bridge, linking Vancouver itself to the North Shore communities of North and West Vancouver, allowing them to develop their extensive land holdings on the north side of the Burrard Inlet. The First Narrows, over which this suspension bridge passes, is the main entrance into Vancouver Harbour and required the bridge to be built with a 60m clearance below. The narrows to enter the harbour is a mere 222m wide and suffers a very strong tidal flow. The bridge was a toll bridge until 1963. Its original 2 lane nature was widened to three reversible lanes in the first years of the 21st century, the first time the complete deck of such a suspension bridge was replaced.

Chris Langley

Image size: 3000 x 4000, 8.05Mb | Camera details: Canon PowerShot G9 | Date uploaded: 01/07/2018

Chris Langley | Lion's Gate Bridge Crossing The First Narrows, Vancouver, Canada
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