Low Level Bridge
The Low Level Bridge is a bridge that spans the North Saskatchewan River in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Completed in 1900, this was Edmonton's first bridge across the North Saskatchewan River. A railroad span was added circa 1912 to accommodate the Canadian Northern Railway track. After the construction of the High Level Bridge in 1913, it became known as the Low Level Bridge. In 1948 additional traffic lanes were added and the railway span was subsequently removed.