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AsphaltPlanet:
A few photos of the open spandrel concrete arch bridge that formerly carried the Trans-Canada Highway overtop of the St. John River in Hartland New Brunswick.  Hartland is the site of the world's longest covered bridge, but to me, this structure is more interesting:


http://www.asphaltplanet.ca/NB/130/NB130_cl_DSC02501_Oct21_24x16.jpg


http://www.asphaltplanet.ca/NB/130/NB130_cl_DSC02512_Oct21_24x16.jpg

Concrete Bob:
For a province having a population of about 790,000 residents, New Brunswick sure has an extensive network of freeways.  I am impressed.     

Alps:
It also likes its Super 2s. I just clinched 11 and it moves quickly on the north side of the province.

andrepoiy:

--- Quote from: Concrete Bob on October 26, 2021, 10:49:11 PM ---For a province having a population of about 790,000 residents, New Brunswick sure has an extensive network of freeways.  I am impressed.   

--- End quote ---

Yeah, I was scratching my head why NB looked like they had a higher density of freeways than say Maine. I wonder where that money come from...

AsphaltPlanet:
A couple of views of the Route 8 bridge in Fredericton on a foggy October morn:


http://www.asphaltplanet.ca/NB/8/NB8_cl_DSC02206_Oct21_24x16.jpg


http://www.asphaltplanet.ca/NB/8/NB8_cl_DSC02208_Oct21_24x16.jpg

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