Pont de Tolbiac
The pont de Tolbiac is a bridge across the Seine in Paris built between 1879 and 1882 by H.P. Bernard, and J.D.A. Pérouse. It crosses from the 12th to the 13th arrondissement, linking quai de Bercy to rue Neuve Tolbiac. Its nearest Paris Metro station is Cour Saint-Émilion.

The pont de Tolbiac was built in a wave of urbanisation of eastern Paris in the second half of the 19th century. The decision to built it was made in 1877 by a vote of the municipal council, in order to create an intermediate crossing in the long space between the existing Pont National and Pont de Bercy. The city financed the works, which began in 1879. It was hit by a downed British plane in 1943.

Total length of 168 metres (551 ft), five elliptical arches, 28m, 35m and 32m openings.