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The Longest Road : Stories Along The Trans-Canada Highway.

Author: Bob Weber
Publisher: 2004.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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It's the longest road in the world - an asphalt strip that stretches through cities, towns and isolated farms, and that binds mountains, prairies and rugged bush between two coasts. It's been barely two generations since the Trans-Canada Highway's last stretch of blacktop was laid in the Rogers Pass, but that's plenty of time for it to leave a permanent right-of-way in the national imagination.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bob Weber
ISBN: 0889952795 9780889952799
OCLC Number: 681973109

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It's the longest road in the world - an asphalt strip that stretches through cities, towns and isolated farms, and that binds mountains, prairies and rugged bush between two coasts. It's been barely two generations since the Trans-Canada Highway's last stretch of blacktop was laid in the Rogers Pass, but that's plenty of time for it to leave a permanent right-of-way in the national imagination.

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