Mt. Begbie and Columbia River Bridges

 

Mt Begbie & Columbia River Bridges Compressed

Late on a summer afternoon, CP’s Seaboard Freight from Coquitlam, #952, rolls across the 100 foot long bridge towards Revelstoke, a mile and a half ahead where the engines and crews will be replaced before continuing eastwards on the Mountain Subdivision.
Normally a passenger engine, Hudson 2860 occasionally worked on freights.
The 60 year old railway bridge was replaced in 1968.
The single lane road bridge to the Big Eddy is still in use, controlled by traffic lights at either end.

© Max Jacquiard
Released: 2010
Size: 24″ x 36″
Type: Limited edition giclee on canvas print, stretched, unframed
Edition Size: 20 Regular, hand signed prints by Max Jacquiard
Status: In stock – only one left, Publisher Sold Out, (#2/20) Call 1-877-816-3442 or email
Price: $950 (Issue)

Edition Size: 5 Publisher Proofs, hand signed prints by Max Jacquiard
Status: In stock, (PP#2/5) Publisher Sold Out, Call 1-877-816-3442 or email
Price: $1050 (Issue)

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