‘Rickety old bridge’ on Vancouver Island getting a heritage facelift

From a distance, the Kinsol Trestle, with its local reputation as that “rickety old bridge,” looks just about as substantial as a child’s popsicle-stick construction project.

Up close, on the foot bridge, the recently restored 200-metre wooden trestle bridge is a thing of beauty – a curving wooden path above the treetops, and a melding of new timber and history.

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