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  1. The Cameron Street Bridge is a two-lane, 208 metre (682 feet) long continuous steel girder bridge in Prince George, British Columbia.It crosses the Nechako River, connecting the city's downtown on the river's southern side, to the Hart, a residential area on the north side of the river.

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  2. The Cameron Street Bridge is a two-lane, 208 metre long continuous steel girder bridge in Prince George, British Columbia. It crosses the...

  3. The Cameron Street Bridge is a two-lane, 208 metre (682 feet) long continuous steel girder bridge in Prince George, British Columbia.It crosses the Nechako River, connecting the city's downtown on the river's southern side, to the Hart, a residential area on the north side of the river.

    • Continuous steel girder
    • 208 metres (682 ft)
  4. Download this stock image: The Cameron street replica bridge at Cottonwood Island Nature Park in Prince George, British Columbia Canada - S34G19 from Alamy's library of millions of high resolution stock photos, illustrations and vectors.

  5. Videos for Cameron Street Bridge Prince George. 3:06. youtube.com. Cameron Street Bridge update in Prince George, BC

  6. Cameron Street Bridge to Cottonwood Island Park - Access is through a gravel lot under the Cameron Street bridge with a small road in, which is not well marked. This section of trail is 2 kilometers in length and is generally firm and stable comprised of asphalt. Most of the trail is gentle and flat and does not exceed a 3 degree running slope.

  7. The final leg- Cottonwood Island to Cameron Street Bridge Looking West down the Nechako, about a KM from the confluence (just beyond Cottonwood Island park), taken September 2006 B4 the floods. Edge erosion was common, the city did not spend a lot of coin on trail improvements in this area.

  8. Jun 25, 2020 · Cottonwood Island Park and the Heritage River Trail from the Cameron Street Bridge to Taylor Drive have been closed due to rising river levels. Jun 25, 2020 9:42 AM By: Prince George Citizen Staff

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