Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Photo: The Bridge and the Beaver

The crossings of Burrard Inlet are key to the success of the North Shore cities; without them they'd be isolated from the rest of the country, effectively an island in the middle of what's already effectively an island. The ones I have the most experience with are the ones closest to downtown Vancouver - the Lions Gate Bridge and the SeaBus, the only radar-equipped public transit vehicle I've ever been on.

Taken from the Vancouver-bound Burrard Pacific Breeze, here's a shot of the Lonsdale-bound Burrard Beaver passing between the Breeze and the Lions Gate Bridge.

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