Lillooet Bridges over the Fraser with the 1913 suspension bridge in the foreground & the PGE/BC Rail (now CN) bridge (1931) in background. The old suspension bridge is now only available for foot & bicycle traffic, and as a nesting site for an osprey family. Trains are seldom seen crossing the railway bridge nowadays.
There is another much newer bridge downstream some distance which takes Highway 99 across the river. It is called the "Bridge of the Twenty-Three Camels".