Sunday, September 14, 2014

Then and Now: Mile 0

In 1971, not long after we moved to Victoria, Dad snapped this shot of the Mile 0 marker. 1971 Mile 0 Victoria This marker designates the Pacific terminus of the 8,000 km long Trans-Canada Highway. Sometime between then and now, the maker has been replaced. I took a picture of the new marker this past summer: IMG_5895 And if you're dying to know what the backside of the marker looks like... IMG_5900 Eagle-eyed viewers will notice that something has been added directly behind the Mile 0 marker. IMG_5896

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