Fredericton Railway Bridge
Through truss bridge
|Function / usage:||
Railroad (railway) bridge
Pedestrian bridge (footbridge)
Geographic Information & Related Structures
Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada, North America
|total length||581 m|
The Canadian Pacific Railway Bridge has a swing-span to permit passage of river vessels (not currently operational). Converted to pedestrian use as the Longest Converted Train Bridge in North America and part of the Trans-Canada Trail Network.
This bridge was actually owned by C.N.R. through the Fredericton and St. Mary's Bridge Company. C.P.R. had a trackage rights agreement with C.N.R. to access its facilities on each side of the river.
Currently there is no information available about persons or companies having participated in this project.
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