I have traveled the trans-Canada highway across Canada a dozen times. On this trip, being retired, we took the scenic roads, the back roads or the roads less traveled. In Alberta we came across - or through- this old RR wood trestle bridge. Only part of it is shown in the picture, I never did see the other end of it. Many years ago I saw a picture of it much like this one. I never thought I would see it in person and had long since forgot about it. The wood has been replaced by concrete pillars when the roads were put through. Much more impressive in person, although it pales in comparison to many of the trestle bridges in the mountains.