Carcross Railway Bridge

Yukondick

Whitehorse, Canada

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The White Pass & Yukon railway bridge was the site of the driving of the Golden Spike to celebrate completion of the railway on July 29, 1900. the railway was instrumental in bringing passengers to the head of navigation on the Yukon River Whitehorse on the way to the Great Klondike Gold Rush which started i 1898 Though it doesn’t swing any more, this truss bridge now handles pedestrian and WP&YR excursion train traffic. It was restored in 1998. It crosses the short river connecting Bennett Lake and Nares Lake at Carcross [originally Caribou Crossing] in the Souther Yukon Territory [Canada]
1/60 f16 Fuji S5Pro with Nikon 12-24 @ 12mm

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  • Yukondick
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