Craigellachie, in the mountains of British Columbia, was witness to the last spike driven into Canada’s first transcontinental railway. It took 5 years for the Canadian Pacific Railway to get the 4,600 kilometers of single track all connected. Several smaller lines were also conencted to the larger CPR, uniting the country as never before.
Believe it or not, it was completed 6 years ahead of schedule.
And for those in America, I hope everyone voted!