As we drive around Saskatchewan, this mythical flat land, we are amazed at the number and variety of bridges. This one is located a mile or so South of Prince Albert on what was once highway 2. This structure with its paved road traversed a now abandoned railroad line. The irony of the scene is that the bridge is on an abandoned piece of highway over an abandoned railroad right of way. The above image is actually three pictures combined.
Looking down what would have been the railway to the East. Here we are looking back from the other side to the West at the setting sun.
On the West side we can see the permanence of the structure. This image from the East side gives you some idea of its size.
This shot reveals the details of its construction. Once more the setting and the sky take over the scene.