330 – Train Bridge At Rocky Mountain House

The town of Rocky Mountain House began as a fur-trading post near the beginning of the 1800s, and become an incorporated town of Alberta in 1939.  The population grew and became supported by industries such as oil, natural gas, big game hunting, tourism, farming and lumber.  A national historic site dedicated to the history of fur-trade in Canada is located in the area.

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