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Bishop's Falls Railway Trestle, Newfoundland, Canada
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The former railway trestle across the Exploits River in Bishop's Falls.  The trestle is the longest in the province at over 900 feet and is now part of the Trans Canada Trail and Newfoundland T'Railway recreational trail.

Copyright: Corey Gill
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 11364x5682
Taken: 22/05/2010
Uploaded: 24/05/2010
Updated: 04/03/2015
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Tags: railway trestle; trans canada trail; outdoors
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