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Calgary The George C King Bridge

The George C. King Bridge (formerly known as the St. Patrick's Island Bridge and colloquially known as the Skipping Stone Bridge) is a pedestrian bridge that spans the Bow River just northeast of Downtown Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The bridge connects the neighbourhoods of East Village to the south and Bridgeland to the north, with access from the bridge to St. Patrick's Island Park in the middle of the river. The bridge was built by the Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC) as part of the wider redevelopment of the East Village neighbourhood, in tandem with a $45 million redevelopment of St. Patrick's Island Park. Planning for the new bridge began in 2009, with construction getting underway in 2012. The bridge opened on October 20, 2014. The bridge is known locally as the Skipping Stone Bridge due to the form of the bridge, which looks like a stone skipping across the river.

photo: Sony 12-24mm
original size 17000x8500

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Copyright: Flavio Di Mattia
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 16730x8365
Taken: 13/08/2022
Uploaded: 27/09/2022


Tags: bridge; architecture; cityscape; clouds; storm; people; sunset; river; sun; sony
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