Compared to the rest of Ontario, this area, particularly Centre-Wellington Township, apparently constructed an unusually large number of old concrete bridges. As of 2015, the area still retained a population density of both concrete bowstring arch bridges and concrete through girder bridges that was much higher than the rest of Ontario. These bridges are being replaced as time goes by however.
This bridge is a representative example of the concrete through girder bridges that were built in this area. This simple, utilitarian-looking bridge type never gained popularity in bridge construction, but was built in the United States and Canada mostly in the 1910s and 1920s.
This bridge has been closed to traffic.
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