High Level Bridge Streetcar

Local nameHigh Level Bridge Streetcar
LocationEdmonton, Canada

The High Level Bridge Streetcar is a historic streetcar ride over the High Level Bridge in Edmonton, Alberta. It travels from the Strathcona Streetcar Barn & Museum, just north of the Strathcona Farmers Market, in Old Strathcona, to Jasper Plaza south of Jasper Avenue, between 109 Street and 110 Street, in downtown, with three intermediate stops. It operates between the Victoria Day weekend in May, and Thanksgiving weekend in October. It is operated by the Edmonton Radial Railway Society, which operates five more streetcars on a second line in the river valley at Fort Edmonton Park.

Starting from the Strathcona Streetcar Barn & Museum it travels on the former CP Rail line in a north west direction. It first passes the Calgary & Edmonton Railway Station Museum at present-day 105 Street; this is a replica of the station that was the northern anchor of the Calgary and Edmonton Railway from 1891 to 1908.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High_Level_Bridge_Streetcar

Official Website http://www.edmonton-radial-railway.ab.ca/highlevelbridge/

Address 109 St NW, Edmonton T6G, Canada

Coordinates 53°31'49.296" N -113°30'40.68" E

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