This bridge is a rare example of a concrete curved t-beam bridge in Ontario. The bridge has shallow, graceful curves similar to Ontario's far more prolific concrete rigid-frame bridges. Rigid-frame bridges are not commonly used for multi-span bridges due to limitations with the design type. Curved t-beams however are very well-suited to multi-span bridges. This bridge has three continuous spans. The bridge retains Ontario's standard ornamental steel railing panels with concrete posts, however the railings at the northern end of the bridge are an unusual variation of the design where the metal panels are shorter and rest on concrete parapets.
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