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Always the poor cousin to the Centre Street Bridge just a few kilometres downriver, it is still a great structure and worth a visit. Although it is just a regular 4-lane bridge, it still moves a lot of vehicles in rush hour due to lane...More
The Louise Bridge directly connects Calgary's west end of downtown to the delightful neighbourhood of Kensington, which means if you're exploring Calgary, you'll be on this one for either by foot, bike or car. And it is quite beautiful, with it's expansive white stonework (actually...More
Walking along the river walk from the Peace bridge on the Kensington side we stumbled across this magnificent collection of monuments to those fallen in our name, a wonderful array of structures with quotes from real people
Built in 1921, this bridge has always played second fiddle to other bridges in the area. For a long time, however, it was the only connection between the downtown and Calgary's stunning Kensington community. It was first built for trolley traffic, but is has kept...More
This bridge connects downtown to the Kensington neighbourhood. What makes this bridge special is the memorial that is located on the Kensington side commemorating Canada's veterans. Panels of rusted steel with quotes from famous Canadians carved into them. The word "MEMORIAL" is also spelled out...More