This bridge is one of few surviving heritage truss bridges in the region. It is located in a very scenic rural area, and beautiful views of the bridge can be found.
A proposed plan to demolish and replace this bridge with a new "replica" is false advertising. Riveted truss bridges are not built in Canada today. Any new truss bridge constructed would look a lot different than the existing bridge and would have no heritage value. It would be better to rehabilitate the heritage bridge, or even place the existing heritage trusses on a modern load-bearing superstructure, as was done with a bridge in Creemore, Ontario.
This historic bridge has been demolished. This map is shown for reference purposes only.
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