Burrard Bridge
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Dimitris L
Sydney, Australia49 170 bidrag
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sep. 2023 • Par
Burrard Bridge is another bridge spanning False Creek. It's wide and carries traffic as well as pedestrians and has cycle paths for cyclists. We had a good view from Granville Island.
Skrevet 17. januar 2024
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on_the_go_98765
Tucson20 615 bidrag
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sep. 2022
History is interesting and has value but there is more here than meets the eye or maybe it is all about what really meets the eye. This lovely is Art Deco. And the adornments remind us of its seafaring history.

There is so much more to admire and appreciate. The mural on the under-span is an extremely nice execution of a nautical theme and the flowers growing alongside the spans are worthy of a Manet painting.

But do take time to zoom in on the adornments up high on the bridge. Ships jut out, figureheads on their prows, don't miss this. Really. Otherwise, it is just a bridge.
Skrevet 6. februar 2023
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Sofi NS
Aten, Hellas22 792 bidrag
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aug. 2022
χαρακτηριστική, επιβλητική, όμορφη ακόμα και φωτισμένη τη νύχτα. σημείο αναφοράς για φωτογραφίες ιδιαίτερα να περάσετε από κάτω σε κάποια ολιγόωρη βραδινή κρουαζιέρα.
Skrevet 25. september 2022
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on_the_go_98765
Tucson20 615 bidrag
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aug. 2021
What you see is, well, what you get from the experience. There are actually 2 distinctly different perspectives. Up above, crossing the bridge with the mass of humanity (presumably trying to get to work) a closer look shares an historical perspective. We did not travel by car above as our perspective was more water-level oriented (via False Creek ferries).

But did you know this 1932 era bridge (it has been updated so breathe easier as you transverse it) gives its "propers" (i.e. recognition due) to the brave BC soldiers who served the country and the world during WW II.

If you cross the bridge (street level) then you will see the lighted braziers to remind us all of the heat and light the soldiers would have had as their mainstays at that time. Burn those braziers forever and never let us forget the sacrifice of your kin.

However, from the underside of the bridge (think False Creek here), we see a different view of this 75+ year old beauty with many stories to share. Just as a reminder, the bridge has had attention paid to its infrastructure. Let it rest there. Believe it is whole and will endure. Don't think twice about it as you travel across the span.

Captain Vancouver and Sir Henry Burrard-Neale are the "heavies" for which this span is so named. These were British officers/soldiers (no surprise there, this is Canada after all) and, surprisingly, they both died at about age 40.

A discovery here and there amongst them, a recognition well deserved, and the end-game is Vancouver bears Captain Vancouver's name. And so be it. Winners get to write history.

Fast-forward to today: the bridge is a beauty when viewed from water level (courtesy of the ferry system) and the Art Deco design on display is pure delight. Brush all the politics aside, enjoy the vista from the underside of the bridge as it welcomes the great sea into the False Creek waterway.
Skrevet 27. august 2021
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Dickenson Family
Kemptville, Canada936 bidrag
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aug. 2021
Functional Bridge that takes you into downtown, not an architectural wonder but it is nice. Appears to have a walking path as well.
Skrevet 12. august 2021
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Chris D
New Westminster, Canada3 235 bidrag
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jul. 2021
Make this part of your False Creek seawall expedition. Literally at the west end of False Creek, you will walk under this bridge when you walk west towards Sunset Beach and English Bay. A great opportunity to inspect the underside and look at the construction and design - the way things were done almost a century ago. If you can handle the steps, walk up to the deck level, and note some of the "gingerbread" fashionable back in those days.
Skrevet 24. juli 2021
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PookyCake
Victoria, Canada14 357 bidrag
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apr. 2021
Opened in 1932 (a good year), the Burrard Street Bridge is a lovely 4-lane truss bridge that connects downtown to Kitsilano. It is also Vancouver’s oldest surviving bridge. Perhaps the most distinguishing feature of this bridge is the large concrete towers found at either end. When crossing the bridge on a vehicle or on foot, it looks as though these towers could easily house somebody; however, this is quite literally window dressing. In reality, there is no room for anybody (sorry, no cheap bachelor or bachelorette housing here), because the towers were built to hide the trusses from view. In short, they exist to make the bridge more aesthetically pleasing. And in this they succeed because it is also here where much of the “art deco” comes from. Busts of Captain George Vancouver and Harry Burrard-Neale – in ship prows – jut out from each tower. The crest for the City of Vancouver is also visible at the center.

As a functional structure, I’ve never had any issues when crossing. The Burrard Bridge seems to lack the vehicle congestion common to the Lions Gate, and it certainly doesn’t have the winter ice bombs of the modern Port Mann Bridge. It is typically a smooth ride.

From an aesthetic perspective, I really appreciate this bridge. Besides the art deco structures already noted, it also provides lovely views of False Creek and the surrounding area. In addition, the bridge itself is quite photogenic and really adds to the cultural flavour of the city. When viewed from the Seawall, this classic structure very much complements its surroundings. Compare this lovely truss bridge to a modern cable-stayed one and you’ll see why many applaud this handsome functional feat of engineering.

That said, I’m not sure I’d necessarily go out of my way to visit the Burrard Bridge – unless I’m a massive architecture nut – but if you happen to be passing by it’s certainly worth a look!
Skrevet 11. juni 2021
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Alessandro S
Quebec by, Canada2 807 bidrag
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okt. 2020
Ce beau pont est visible depuis le marché public de Grandville Island et aussi des petits traversiers de False Creek.
Skrevet 30. oktober 2020
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toddlerpants
Droitwich, UK946 bidrag
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aug. 2019
Imposing entrance to the bridge, but be careful, its only at one end. So if you are driving be sure to go the right way... enter the bridge from the north shore.

In between the two distal pillars, built to hide the steel works, you can see the coat of arms of Vancouver.
Skrevet 31. juli 2020
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IAN D
Wigan, UK25 811 bidrag
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okt. 2019 • Par
Burrard Bridge is on of the main feeder routes to Granville Island. It also seems to act as an umbrella to the market and stores below.
Skrevet 9. oktober 2019
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