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Kiskatinaw Bridge

We drove to Kiskatinaw Bridge on the Old Alaska Highway. The bridge is listed on the historic register of engineering marvels along with the Panama Canal, the Egyptian Sphinx, and other worldly achievements. It is the only wooden trestle bridge left on the Alaska Highway that is still being used. The bridge was built with a curve and a nine degree bank in the roadway. The bridge took longer to build than the entire highway.