|Lethbridge Viaduct construction ca. 1907-1909|
Jul 8, 2020
Lethbridge Viaduct | High Level Bridge in Alberta
Also known as the High Level Bridge, the Lethbridge Viaduct in Lethbridge, Alberta is one of the city's most recognizable landmarks. It was built between 1907-1909 by the Canadian Pacific Railway, and is the largest railway structure in all of Canada. Spanning the Oldman River, this massive trestle has a total length of 1624 metres and is 95.7 metres tall.