The Royal Alexandra Interprovincial Bridge spans the Ottawa River between Ottawa, Ontario and Hull, Quebec. It is usually known as the Alexandra Bridge and sometimes called The Interprovincial. It is a steel truss Cantilever bridge. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alexandra Bridge"
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"
Billings Bridge is a bridge over the Rideau River in Ottawa. Bank Street passes over the river by way of this bridge. The bridge was named after Braddish Billings, who settled in this area and established a farm nearby in 1812. The first bridge, originally called Farmers Bridge, was built over the river here in 1830. The current bridge was built in 1916. ...more on Wikipedia about "Billings Bridge"
The Burritts Rapids Bridge connects Donnelly Road in Burritts Rapids to County Road 22 in North Grenville Township. It was built in 1897, and although it has been updated since then, it still has the original design. It is a swing bridge, which is swung by hand by the lockstaff from the nearby Burritts Rapids lock. The white clapboard building next to the bridge is a historical building which now houses the library, though it was originally the bridgemaster's house. ...more on Wikipedia about "Burritts Rapids Bridge"
The Champlain Bridge (Pont Champlain) crosses the Ottawa River about 5 km (3 miles) west of Parliament Hill, joining the communities of Gatineau, Quebec and Ottawa, Ontario. It is the westernmost link between the two cities. ...more on Wikipedia about "Champlain Bridge (Ottawa)"
The Chaudière Bridge (Pont de la Chaudière) crosses the Ottawa River about 1 km (0.6 mile) west of Parliament Hill, joining the communities of Gatineau, Quebec and Ottawa, Ontario, linking Rue Eddy in the Hull sector of Gatineau and Booth Street in Ottawa. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chaudière Bridge"
The Heron Road Bridge is a bridge in Ottawa Canada. It connects Baseline Road and Heron Road passing over both the Rideau River and the Rideau Canal just south of Carleton University. The bridge was built in 1966, and its construction saw one of the worst accidents in Ottawa history. On August 10, 1966 the partially completed bridge collapsed, killing nine workers and injuring another fifty-five. An investigation later found that the design had been faulty. Just to the east of the bridge, there is today a plaque honouring the nine workers killed. ...more on Wikipedia about "Heron Road Bridge"
The Laurier Avenue Bridge is a bridge in Ottawa, Canada. It carries Laurier Avenue over the Rideau Canal and also Colonel By Drive and Queen Elizabeth Driveway. It is the southern most of three bridges that cross the canal in downtown Ottawa. The green steel arches makes the bridge one of the most recognizable in Ottawa. Many of the events of Winterlude are held around the bridge, and it is a common background to pictures of skaters on the canal. The southern entrance to the DND Headquarters is located on the eastern portion of the bridge. ...more on Wikipedia about "Laurier Avenue Bridge"
This is a list of bridges in the city of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. They are listed from west to east for the Ottawa River or North to South for the Rideau River and Canal. ...more on Wikipedia about "List of Ottawa bridges"
The Macdonald-Cartier Bridge is a bridge connecting Ottawa, Ontario to Gatineau, Quebec. The bridge is 618 m (3/8 mile) long continuous steel box girder bridge and carries six lanes of traffic. It links King Edward Avenue and Sussex Drive in Ottawa with Autoroute 5 in Quebec. It is the eastern most bridge linking Ottawa to Quebec, running just to the east of the Alexandra Bridge. ...more on Wikipedia about "Macdonald-Cartier Bridge"
The Pretoria Bridge is a lift bridge in Ottawa, Canada. It crosses the Rideau Canal linking the Glebe and Centretown to Old Ottawa East. The bridge was built in 1915, replacing an earlier wooden swing bridge on Argyle Street just to the north. It is a lift bridge meaning that the central portion of the bridge can be elevated to allow boats to pass underneath. ...more on Wikipedia about "Pretoria Bridge"
The Prince of Wales Bridge is a rail bridge across the Ottawa River joining Ottawa, Ontario to Gatineau, Quebec. It connected with the Canadian Pacific Railway line just west of Lebreton Flats, and crosses the south channel of the river to Lemieux Island; it then continues across the northern channel into Quebec. ...more on Wikipedia about "Prince of Wales Bridge"
The Rideau Canal pedestrian bridge is a project currently underway in Ottawa, Canada to build a pedestrian and bicycle bridge across the Rideau Canal. The bridge will be located about 400m south of the Laurier Avenue Bridge. ...more on Wikipedia about "Rideau Canal pedestrian bridge"
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