Date:22.11.2016, 10:30 A combination bridge/interchange dedicated on November 8th, 1967, by the Hon. G.E. Taylor, Department of Highways, re-unites the Highway with the 3A before overflying the Oldman. Easing off the Highway on this interchange, the traveller can follow the signs to the privately-owned Bridgeview Campground, less than a good hubcaps roll off the east shoulder of the No. Across the Bridge, those in a hurry to pitch their tents will crank up the Oldmans eastern scarp, dodging the speeding vehicles until their nerves break and they peel off right into downtown Lethbridge, usually at the first exit, the successor to the Macleod Trail that since 1912 has crawled diagonally up the face of the scarp, hooked left between. In 1921, though, the company laid two miles of three-foot-gauged trackage to the CNL and used a gasoline-engined prime mover to squeal trains of five-ton gondolas across the prairie. Come 1925 the mine had become uneconomical and the tiny line was soon ripped out. From the west. The Last Indian Battle Whoop-Up The Viaduct Mr. Sheran: First Coal. The Galts Drive a Mine Floating Coal The Turkey Track. The Settlement of Lethbridge Struggle: The Gay Nineties of Elliott Torrance Galt.
16.47. Grace period for State-licensed nonprofit kennels. 16.41. Rabies vaccination required. A person living in this Commonwealth owning or keeping a dog or cat over 3 months of age shall have the dog or cat vaccinated against rabies under the act and this chapter.