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Northumberland Strait Bridge Prince Edward Island
The Confederation Bridge spans the Northumberland Strait in Queens, Prince Edward Island for nine miles.
Crossing the Northumberland Strait in Queens, Prince Edward Island has become quite a bit faster since the Confederation Bridge was completed in 1997. To make up for the cost of building the bridge, there is a toll charged but most people do not ...
Confederation Bridge PEI
A very well used crossing between PEI and New Brunswick, Canada is the Confederation Bridge.
The water of the Northumberland Strait swirls around the concrete columns that hold up the nine mile long Confederation Bridge between PEI and New Brunswick. There are about sixty-two concrete columns in place on the entire length of the bridge w ...
Prince Edward Island Confederation Bridge
The Northumberland Strait swirls around the concrete spans of the Confederation Bridge that crosses between Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick.
Crossing between New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island over the Northumberland Strait has become much simpler since the official opening of the Confederation Bridge in 1997. Cars pay a toll to cross the bridge and cyclists and pedestrians are fo ...
Confederation Bridge Structure Prince Edward Island
The Confederation Bridge in Prince Edward Island, Canada is a unique building structure that crosses the Northumberland Strait into New Brunswick.
Standing at Borden-Carlton in Queens in Prince Edward Island you can see how the structure of the Confederation Bridge was uniquely built. This structure runs for nine miles over the Northumberland Strait and thousands use the bridge daily to get ...
Confederation Bridge Prince Edward Island
The Confederation Bridge unites New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island in Canada.
The Confederation Bridge is the longest bridge but is the shortest route between the two Provinces of Prince Edward Island and News Brunswick and makes the journey between these two places very simple. There was once a ferry that took people to a ...