The Okanagan Lake Bridge (also known as the Kelowna Floating Bridge) is a three-lane, 2,100 foot/650 metre-long floating bridge in British Columbia, Canada. It crosses Okanagan Lake, connecting the Westside area to Kelowna on the lake's eastern side. Completed in 1958, the bridge was the first of its kind in Canada.

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DLPenner on June 19, 2009

This bridge is no longer in existence.

agtbar on April 30, 2010

People will in time look back on this as a loss of a major landmark. Sadly the new bridge is a bland featureless expanse of steel and concrete with no character.

stacy metcalf on August 1, 2013

Nice perspective of this ol' girl. Historic.

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