The Skytrail Bridge spans the South Saskatchewan River in Outlook, Saskatchewan Canada. Originally built by the Canadian Pacific Railway, it served as a railway bridge from October 23, 1912 until March 16, 1987. In 2003 it was converted to a pedestrian bridge and is now the longest pedestrian bridge in Canada. The bridge was reopened as part of the Trans Canada Trail in 2004.
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