HistoricBridges.org only has a couple photos of this bridge. It is of limited historic significance, although it is an unaltered example of a mid-20th Century steel stringer bridge. It has original standard plan ornamental railing. It is included in the listings on this website as a comparison to the riveted truss bridges and arch bridge on this same highway which also cross the same river. At this location, a simple steel stringer bridge was used instead of a truss or arch, for unknown reasons. The main difference with this crossing in comparison to the other Moyie River bridges in this area is that the bridge also passes over a railway.
Length given for this bridge is a rough estimate.
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