A flock of pigeons joins a crew from the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure and contractor JPW Construction LTD. as they are shuttled beneath the Bruhn Bridge by a Snooper Truck to conduct a routine inspection. Originally named the Sicamous Narrows Bridge

Winged complement

A flock of pigeons joins a bridge inspection crew while checking out the Bruhn Bridge.

  • Nov. 10, 2015 5:00 a.m.

 

A flock of pigeons joins a crew from the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure and contractor JPW Construction LTD. as they are shuttled beneath the Bruhn Bridge by a Snooper Truck to conduct a routine inspection. Originally named the Sicamous Narrows Bridge, the 53-year-old structure was renamed in 1968 after local pioneer and politician Rolf W. Bruhn.

 

 

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