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Dot; Kettle Valley Railway, Nicola Bridge #5

Dot; Kettle Valley Railway, Nicola Bridge #5 is part of the Nicola Subdivision – Merritt to Spences Bridge Operations

"Dot, is located between Spences Bridge and Merritt on the Nicola Subdivision of the Kettle Valley Railway. The station is long gone and this bride is not actually at Dot, but close to it. This is Nicola Bridge #5, it is a fine example of an arch connected pony truss. The archives give the bridge extra strength.

This is the end of the line in this section for all traffic as it has been blocked off by the Nooaitch Indians. It is recommended that you request permission from the Nooaitch band office before going through this section. The ownership of the right of way in this section was reverted to the Nooaitch Indian Band.

Nicola Subdivision – Merritt to Spences Bridge Operations started: 1907
Operations ended: 1989
Tracks removed: 1991
Lowest Elevation: 235 meters
Highest Elevation: 598 meters
Total Distance: 61.8 Kilometers
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[Cited: Touring the KVR]


“Don’t pack up your camera until you’ve left the location.” ~Joe McNally

Categories & Keywords
Category:Travel and Places
Subcategory:North America
Subcategory Detail:Canada
Keywords:2013, 6-Mar-13, British Columbia, Canada, Dot, Dot; Kettle Valley Railway, Nicola Bridge #5, KVR, Kettle Valley Railway, Nicola Subdivision, TNRD, Thompson-Nicola Regional District

Dot; Kettle Valley Railway, Nicola Bridge #5