Members of the Bentley Drivers Club take their 1928 4.8 litre Bentley for a drive over the 1915 Big Eddy Bridge.

Photo: Bentley over the Big Eddy Bridge

Members of the Bentley Drivers Club take their 1928 4.8 litre Bentley for a drive over the 1915 Big Eddy Bridge.

Members of the Bentley Drivers Club take their 1928 4.5 litre Bentley for a drive over the 1915 Big Eddy Bridge. They were part of a group of about 30 vehicles taking part in the club’s annual drive. This year, they were going from Los Angeles to Jasper National Park, then back down to Vancouver, where it will be shipped back to the United Kingdom. Earlier, the cars were parked all over downtown where the drivers stopped for lunch.

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