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Women's Institute of Lambton County plaque.
Ross W. Gray plaque.
Rehabilitation plaque. Note the spelling of the bridge's name as "Bluewater," all one word, which is incorrect.
Plaque for second bridge.
Women's Institute of Lambton County for second bridge.
Camber of Commerce plaque for second bridge.
International border commemorative plaque on historic bridge.
Official international border plaque.
Survey marker on pier of historic bridge.
Video surveillance sign on second bridge.
Point Edward city seal which prominently features only the original, historic bridge.
Bluewater Anglers logo, also featuring only the original, historic bridge.
Former pedestrian refuge/outlook on bridge, and location of international border commemorative plaque.
Another former pedestrian refuge.
Interpretive signage in Point Edward.
Concrete pier on Canadian side.
Concrete pier on American side.
Port Huron anchor arm.
Point Edward anchor arm.
Cantilever truss at concrete piers.
Views beside American approach facing Canada from northwest quadrant.
Looking southwest toward American approach from Port Huron.
Looking northwest toward American approach from Port Huron.
Views under bridge on Port Huron side looking west.
Views beside Canadian approach facing America from northwest quadrant.
View of American approach from on bridge.
North elevation of Canadian approach.
American approach as seen from Point Edward.
Canadian approach as seen from Port Huron.
North elevation of Canadian approach deck truss spans.
American approach deck truss spans.
North elevation of Canadian approach deck girder spans.
Canadian anchor arm bent.
Canadian anchor arm bent connections.
American anchor arm bent.
American anchor arm bent members.
Canadian deck truss bents.
Canadian deck girder bents.
American deck girder bents.
The unique Bent C-15, which widens at the base to accommodate Alexandra Avenue which passes under the bridge in Point Edward.
American deck girder bent connections.
Looking up at Canadian deck truss spans.
Canadian deck girder approach spans. Note the marker mounted to the bridge which freighters use as a guide to correctly enter the St. Clair River from Lake Huron.
Approach girder bearings on Canadian approach.
Views of floorbeams on Canadian approach. Unlike the American approach, the Canadian approach floor beams are built-up instead of rolled.
Deck stringers on Canadian approach.
Lateral bracing under deck on Canadian approach.
Floor beam on cantilever span.
Sway bracing connections.
Overhead lateral bracing.
Cantilever truss spans diagonal and vertical members.
Cantilever spans bottom chord.
Cantilever spans top chord.
Post at end of cantilever anchor arm, located above bent.
Top chord connections for cantilever spans as viewed from beside bridge.
Top chord connections for cantilever spans as viewed from on bridge.
Top chord connections for cantilever spans as viewed from under bridge.
Bottom chord connection and bearing at cantilever pier.
Cantilever spans bottom chord connections as viewed from under bridge.
Top chord connections as viewed from beside bridge.
Overview of truss showing pin connections for suspended span.
Suspended span hanger pin connections on top chord.
Suspended span hanger pin connections on bottom chord.
Anchor arm pier connections.
Views under cantilever span.
Cantilever span floor beams and views under deck.
Lateral bracing under deck of cantilever spans.
Artistic photos of the various truss webs.