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Transportation and Communication - Bridges
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"In the Estevan area, a small wooden bridge helped people get to their local community."


Transportation between communities as well as to and from the fields was essential for the development of Saskatchewan. Bridges of all sizes and shapes were built in the province and spanned everything from small creeks to the Saskatchewan River. As the means of travel changed so to did the type of bridge.

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R-B1083
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Keywords:
Wooden Bridges; Estevan District


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Image Preview R-B1083 Photograph 01 - "In the Estevan area, a small wooden bridge helped people get to their local community."
Image Preview R-A23658 Photograph 02 - The use of steam tractors often meant bridges built for horses and wagons could no longer support the weight of the new
Image Preview R-B1080-2 Photograph 03 - A wooden bridge near Pasqua spanned the Moose Jaw River.
Image Preview R-B321 Photograph 04 - To cross the Souris River near Oxbow an iron and steel bridge was constructed.
Image Preview R-A4167 Photograph 05 - In 1928 a three span bridge was constructed across the North Saskatchewan River.
Image Preview R-B3716 Photograph 06 - A steel bridge with concrete piers.
Image Preview R-B205-1 Photograph 07 - The opening of the Victoria Street bridge in Saskatoon.
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