Building The Trans-Canada Highway

View of the Trans-Canada Highway under construction in the Fraser Valley, British Columbia, Canada, 1958. Photo taken during the National Film Board of Canada's production of 'Fraser's River,' a film that traces the Fraser River from its source in the Rocky Mountains to its mouth where the city of Vancouver stands while showing the River's influence as a provincial lifeline of commerce and communication, and as a transportation link with the rest of Canada. (Photo by NFB/Getty Images)
View of the Trans-Canada Highway under construction in the Fraser Valley, British Columbia, Canada, 1958. Photo taken during the National Film Board of Canada's production of 'Fraser's River,' a film that traces the Fraser River from its source in the Rocky Mountains to its mouth where the city of Vancouver stands while showing the River's influence as a provincial lifeline of commerce and communication, and as a transportation link with the rest of Canada. (Photo by NFB/Getty Images)
Building The Trans-Canada Highway
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01 January, 1958
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