The Kinsol Trestle on Vancouver Island, Canada – near Duncan, B.C. – is an amazing architectural feat: an all-wooden trestle bridge with a unique design spanning the Koksilah River. Abandoned in 1979, this bridge is now a popular tourist attraction, allowing visitors to walk across, below, and underneath to marvel at its construction.
Join Marti from “Down the Wrabbit Hole Travel” as she and her family explore the bridge, and Marti practices her drone flying skills using the trestle as a backdrop. To read more about the trestle’s history, location, and design visit http://downthewrabbithole.blogspot.com
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The Kinsol Trestle [Vancouver Island, Canada]