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Local historian recounts High Level Bridge stories
One of the biggest attractions in Lethbridge is the High Level Bridge. It is also known as the Lethbridge Viaduct. It stands 314 feet tall and stretches 1.6 kilometres. It is also the largest railway structure not just in Alberta, but also in Canada and was constructed by the Canadian Pacific Railway. Video Journalist Micah Quinn chatted with local historian Belinda Crowson to talk about the history of the bridge and the amazing stories that have come out of its over 100 years of existence.