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  • Middle Road Bridge
    Middle Road Bridge
    image       1700 Sherway Drive. Also owned by the City of Etobicoke (now Toronto). This bridge, built in 1909, is the second example of the concrete truss bridge or the tied arch to be built in North America and the first in Canada. The bridge can support a dead load of 200 ...
    image     1700 Sherway Drive. Also owned by the City of Etobicoke (now Toronto). This bridge, built in 1909, is the second example of the concrete truss bridge or the tied arch ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Middle Road Bridge
    Middle Road Bridge
    image       1700 Sherway Drive. Also owned by the City of Etobicoke (now Toronto). This bridge, built in 1909, is the second example of the concrete truss bridge or the tied arch to be built in North America and the first in Canada. The bridge can support a dead load of 200 ...
    image     1700 Sherway Drive. Also owned by the City of Etobicoke (now Toronto). This bridge, built in 1909, is the second example of the concrete truss bridge or the tied arch ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Middle Road Bridge
    Middle Road Bridge
    image       1700 Sherway Drive. Also owned by the City of Etobicoke (now Toronto). This bridge, built in 1909, is the second example of the concrete truss bridge or the tied arch to be built in North America and the first in Canada. The bridge can support a dead load of 200 ...
    image     1700 Sherway Drive. Also owned by the City of Etobicoke (now Toronto). This bridge, built in 1909, is the second example of the concrete truss bridge or the tied arch ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Middle Road Bridge
    Middle Road Bridge
    image       1700 Sherway Drive. Also owned by the City of Etobicoke (now Toronto). This bridge, built in 1909, is the second example of the concrete truss bridge or the tied arch to be built in North America and the first in Canada. The bridge can support a dead load of 200 ...
    image     1700 Sherway Drive. Also owned by the City of Etobicoke (now Toronto). This bridge, built in 1909, is the second example of the concrete truss bridge or the tied arch ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Middle Road Bridge
    Middle Road Bridge
    image       1700 Sherway Drive. Also owned by the City of Etobicoke (now Toronto). This bridge, built in 1909, is the second example of the concrete truss bridge or the tied arch to be built in North America and the first in Canada. The bridge can support a dead load of 200 ...
    image     1700 Sherway Drive. Also owned by the City of Etobicoke (now Toronto). This bridge, built in 1909, is the second example of the concrete truss bridge or the tied arch ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Middle Road Bridge
    Middle Road Bridge
    image       1700 Sherway Drive. Also owned by the City of Etobicoke (now Toronto). This bridge, built in 1909, is the second example of the concrete truss bridge or the tied arch to be built in North America and the first in Canada. The bridge can support a dead load of 200 ...
    image     1700 Sherway Drive. Also owned by the City of Etobicoke (now Toronto). This bridge, built in 1909, is the second example of the concrete truss bridge or the tied arch ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Middle Road Bridge
    Middle Road Bridge
    image       1700 Sherway Drive. Also owned by the City of Etobicoke (now Toronto). This bridge, built in 1909, is the second example of the concrete truss bridge or the tied arch to be built in North America and the first in Canada. The bridge can support a dead load of 200 ...
    image     1700 Sherway Drive. Also owned by the City of Etobicoke (now Toronto). This bridge, built in 1909, is the second example of the concrete truss bridge or the tied arch ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Middle Road Bridge
    Middle Road Bridge
    image       1700 Sherway Drive. Also owned by the City of Etobicoke (now Toronto). This bridge, built in 1909, is the second example of the concrete truss bridge or the tied arch to be built in North America and the first in Canada. The bridge can support a dead load of 200 ...
    image     1700 Sherway Drive. Also owned by the City of Etobicoke (now Toronto). This bridge, built in 1909, is the second example of the concrete truss bridge or the tied arch ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Middle Road Bridge
    Middle Road Bridge
    image       1700 Sherway Drive. Also owned by the City of Etobicoke (now Toronto). This bridge, built in 1909, is the second example of the concrete truss bridge or the tied arch to be built in North America and the first in Canada. The bridge can support a dead load of 200 ...
    image     1700 Sherway Drive. Also owned by the City of Etobicoke (now Toronto). This bridge, built in 1909, is the second example of the concrete truss bridge or the tied arch ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Middle Road Bridge, South East Corner
    Middle Road Bridge, South East Corner
    image       1700 Sherway Drive. Also owned by the City of Etobicoke (now Toronto). This bridge, built in 1909, is the second example of the concrete truss bridge or the tied arch to be built in North America and the first in Canada. The bridge can support a dead load of 200 ...
    image     1700 Sherway Drive. Also owned by the City of Etobicoke (now Toronto). This bridge, built in 1909, is the second example of the concrete truss bridge or the tied arch ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Middle Road Bridge, Underside
    Middle Road Bridge, Underside
    image       1700 Sherway Drive. Also owned by the City of Etobicoke (now Toronto). This bridge, built in 1909, is the second example of the concrete truss bridge or the tied arch to be built in North America and the first in Canada. The bridge can support a dead load of 200 ...
    image     1700 Sherway Drive. Also owned by the City of Etobicoke (now Toronto). This bridge, built in 1909, is the second example of the concrete truss bridge or the tied arch ...
    Mississauga Library System
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