Dominion Atlantic Railway
Bear River Bridge

Digby County, Nova Scotia





Dominion Atlantic Railway: Bear River Bridge, Digby County, Nova Scotia, 16 Jan 2012

Dominion Atlantic Railway    Bear River Bridge
16 January 2012   11:25am

The barge is high and dry, about ¾-hour after low tide, adjacent to rows of stumps of old
wooden piles that once supported the bridge that carried Highway One across
this river 1900-1973.  Three small low islands in the foreground,
visible only at low tide, also are remnants of that bridge.





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