Recommended by VEERKAMAL SINGH
Designed by a French engineer, a half-mile-long Grand Trunk Pacific Railway (GTPR) bridge is the longest bridge in BC.
It was completed in 1914. It’s an expensive city and industry scene, ever-changing with the season, fluctuating river levels and ice with the grassy, treed island midstream.
It is a popular place for locals to hang out. It offers great river and cottonwood park views.