The Brooks Aqueduct National/Provincial Historic Site was built from 1912-1914 by the Canadian Pacific Railway's irrigation district to serve as a vital link in its expansive irrigation network. This monumental structure which stretched the limits of engineering design and technology has been a historic site since 1989 and remains a testament to pioneers who developed the region.

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