Bridge over the Maitland River

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You will find similar bridges installed all over Canada.

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6 Responses to Bridge over the Maitland River

  1. Sydney Fong says:

    This is beautiful, I’m there is some historical story behind. 🙂

    • masqua says:

      Well, it does have some history. The bridge was installed over one of the first roads into Goderich, an old, but very pretty little town on the shores of Lake Huron. The road today is mostly a scenic route for photographers, cyclists and hikers, The bridge design itself is based on the British Bailey, used extensively by the military for quick river crossings. The river itself is one of personal interest to me since it starts as a spring fed brook where I presently live and empties into Lake Huron close to where the picture was taken. I’m sure there’s much more to it than that, though.

  2. Cynthia says:

    Beautiful colors and reflection.

  3. teodorablez says:

    hummmm….. loving the blue skies and nature of the images. I almost feel the fresh air… 🙂

  4. Winter Owls says:

    It’s lovely, so peaceful…

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