This is a very small, but unaltered and attractive concrete bowstring arch bridge a bridge type that is increasingly rare, but is a beautiful and important part of Ontario's bridge heritage. It is located on the edge of Erin, a small village. If you look closely at the arch of this bridge, you will see it is not a perfectly shaped arch; it comes to a slight point at the crown.
An asset inventory reported a construction date of 1930 for this bridge, but it is clear that report rounded dates off, so consider this a circa date.
Above: 2019 view of bridge. Photo Credit: Caleb Barker
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