This bridge is on what is today a driveway. The driveway might have been a former, meandering alignment of Concession Road 6, or the bridge might have been relocated here, the history is unclear. What is clear is that this truss bridge is noted for its very lightweight members. It likely dates to between 1900 and 1910 based on style and similar bridges in Ontario with known dates. It has Carnegie and Lackawanna steel names on it. The font used for the Carnegie name was used starting in the 1890s, and Lackawanna started appending "BSCO" to its name after Bethlehem Steel bought it in 1922, so the bridge almost certainly dates to between 1890 and 1922.
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This bridge can be seen from the nearby public road, but appears to be on a private drive.
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