This bridge is one of Ontario's many surviving concrete rigid-frame bridges which the province built in great numbers prior to 1970. This bridge does not have the standard ornamental railing found on so many of these rigid frame bridges. Instead a concrete curb is present and tall iron-style metal fencing is mounted on this curb. It is also more narrow than most examples of this type. It appears to have been built as a narrow one lane bridge. The bridge was built in 1953, as indicated by the date cast into the ends of the curbs. As such, it is neither an early or a late example of this type.
The bridge crosses the little Spencer Creek tributary that forms "Baby Webster's Falls" which is located next to this bridge.
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