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Kinsol Trestle

Kinsol Trestle

Confirmed: Nov. 22, 2012 (Awaiting Update)

The Kinsol Trestle was completed by Canadian National Railways in 1920 as part of the “Galloping Goose” rail line. The engineering technology used to build the Kinsol Trestle – the highest and largest surviving timber trestle in Canada and reportedly one of the four largest wooden structures in the world – is representative of how Canadian railways were built to traverse deep ravines.

Listed Under:
Heritage >> Historic Site / Monument / Cemetary


Listing last confirmed: Nov. 22, 2012


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