A small municipality in Quebec had turned a railroad bed into a popular scenic multi-use trail. But residents and visitors could not fully enjoy all the stunning panoramic views of the lake due to the missing trestle bridges, which had long ago been demolished. We built two Warren pony truss bridges with safety and accessibility foremost on our minds, customizing the aluminum bridges with high-grip aluminum decking and anti-skid powder coating finish. Because of the hard-to-reach location, we used a helicopter to airlift the pre-assembled bridge sections into place and install the custom bridges, completing the rail trail and providing a safe passageway whether by bike, on foot, with a golf cart, or a wheelchair.
131' 3" (40.0 m)
6' 0" (1.8 m)
In the days of the railroad when travel by train meant limitless adventure, Canadian Pacific built a line from the watering station at Foster into the U.S. Passing along Brome Lake, Quebec, south east of MontrealNews - September 26, 2022
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