The Bank Street Bridge is an Ottawa, Canada bridge that carries Bank Street over the Rideau Canal. It links the Glebe to Old Ottawa South. It also passes over the Queen Elizabeth Driveway and Colonel By Drive. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bank Street Bridge"
The Broadway Bridge is a double-leaf Rall type bascule bridge that spans the Willamette River in Portland, Oregon. It was the first bascule bridge built in Portland and the longest in the world at the time of its completion. It is the longest Rall type bascule bridge still in existence. ...more on Wikipedia about "Broadway Bridge (Portland)"
The Collins Bridge was a bridge that crossed Biscayne Bay between Miami, Florida and Miami Beach. At the time it was completed, it was the longest wooden bridge in the world. It was built by farmer and developer John S. Collins (1837-1928) with financial assistance from automotive parts and racing pioneer Carl G. Fisher. The 2 1/2 mile wooden toll bridge opened on June 12, 1913, providing a critical link to the newly established Miami Beach, formerly accessible only by a ferry service. ...more on Wikipedia about "Collins Bridge"
The Colorado Street Bridge is a historic concrete arch bridge in Pasadena, California, USA. Because it spans the Arroyo Seco, it is often incorrectly referred to in the press as the "Arroyo Seco Bridge". ...more on Wikipedia about "Colorado Street Bridge"
Edmonton’s High Level Bridge by Lawrence Herzog ...more on Wikipedia about "High Level Bridge (Edmonton)"
The Jackknife (or Jack-knife) Bascule Bridge spanning the Kaministiquia River at Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada, was built by the Canadian Pacific Railway between August 1910 and April 1913. The contractor for the abutments and piers was Alexander Charles Stewart ( 1867- 1944). The bridge has two decks, the lower deck for trains and the upper deck for vehicular road traffic. In 2004 the connecting roadways and upper deck were dismantled, and the future of the bridge is in doubt. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jackknife Bascule Bridge"
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