Bathurst Street Bridge

The Bathurst Street Bridge is a bridge in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It carries four lanes for motor vehicles with Toronto Transit Commission (TTC)'s streetcar tracks along Bathurst Street over the railway tracks south of Front Street. The steel Truss bridge was built in 1903 and carried traffic along Lake Shore Road (now Lake Shore Boulevard) over the Humber River. It was re-located in 1916 to Bathurst and re-aligned (Bathurst Street was at an angle south of Front Street) in 1931.

The Queen Street Bridge and King Street Bridge are other examples of steel bridges in Toronto.

Coordinates: 43°38′25″N 79°24′05″W / 43.640357°N 79.40127°W / 43.640357; -79.40127

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