This bridge carries a rail-trail on the former Ontario Northland Railway (or TNOR depending on the age of the document) Elk Lake Branch over the Montreal River in Timiskaming, Unorganized, West Part, Timiskaming District, Ontario. The closest community of size is Elk lake which is about 10min away by car The line was opened in 1913, disused after 1980 and officially abandoned in 1992. Thus, the bridge could date to 1913. The bridge has two Concrete T beam approaches on each side, and one main through truss span. Span length given is an extremely rough estimate.
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