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English: The Stoney Creek Bridge is just within the East end of Glacier Park on the Connaught track between Rogers and Flat Creek on the Mountain Sub of the Revelstoke Division of the CPR. Stoney Creek Bridge is over 600' long and 325' above the creek.
Date [1988] (2005-03-12, according to EXIF data)(EXIF data pertains to the Photoshop work)
Author Photograph by David R. Spencer. Please retain this attribution.

Object location

51° 22′ 48.00″ N, 117° 27′ 57.60″ W

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Canadian Pacific Railway freight eastbound over the Stoney Creek Bridge.

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