Bridges By County: Ontario - Middlesex County
Below is a list of all the available bridges for this county. By default, bridges are listed in alphabetical order by name. You may sort the bridge list however you like by clicking on the button for the column you wish to sort by. Mozilla and Netscape Users may have trouble sorting the table. If you are looking for a particular bridge you may search for it by using your browser's built in "Find" command. In Internet Explorer, you would go to the "Edit" menu and select "Find." I also recommend running 1024x768 resolution, due to the width of the table. Note on bridge types: The category "type" in the table is a very general category, and refers to the type of bridge in an aesthetic and visual sense, NOT in the technical sense. The technical structural type is discussed within the page for the bridge.
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|Blackfriars Street Bridge||Truss||Blackfriars Street||Middlesex County, Ontario||London||North Branch Thames River||Among the rarest and oldest bridges in Canada is this breathtaking through bowstring truss|
|Kensington Bridge||Truss||Dundas Street||Middlesex County, Ontario||London||South Branch Thames River||A beautiful three span example of a London pony truss with unusual truss configuration.|
|King Street Bridge||Truss||King Street (Abandoned Section in Ivey Park)||Middlesex County, Ontario||London||South Branch Thames River||A rare example of a pin connected through truss in Ontario; carries a storm sewer underneath.|
|London North Branch Railroad Bridge||Truss||Railroad||Middlesex County, Ontario||London||North Branch Thames River and Oxford Street||Multiple spans, multiple configurations, and one skewed span, make this a bridge both large and fun to explore.|
|London South Branch Railroad Bridge||Truss||Railroad||Middlesex County, Ontario||London||South Branch Thames River||This bridge is mostly a deck truss - but part of the trusses stick up above the deck making it a bit like a pony also.|
|London Thames River Railroad Bridge||Truss||Railroad||Middlesex County, Ontario||London||Thames River||Setting new standards for massive, this bridge has gargantuan members and connections.|
|Sarnia Road Bridge||Truss||Sarnia Road||Middlesex County, Ontario||London||Railroad||A short and unusual one-lane pin connected truss on a busy road adds interest to a roadway.|
|Strathroy Bridge||Truss||Albert Street (Highway 39)||Middlesex County, Ontario||Strathroy||Sydenham River||An attractive warren pony truss that retains original lattice guardrails.|
|Thames Street Bridge||Arch (Stone)||Railroad||Middlesex County, Ontario||London||Thames Street||This is a nice stone arch bridge, that is among the oldest of London's bridges.|
|Victoria Bridge||Truss||Ridout Street||Middlesex County, Ontario||London||South Branch Thames River||An attractive two-span pony truss with a visible skew.|