St. Lawrence Seaway BridgeOverview
Linking Lake Ontario to Lake Erie, The Welland Canal cuts 42 km across Canada’s Niagara Peninsula from Port Colborne to Port Weller. A series of eight locks lift and lower vessels 100 meters and enables maritime commerce to bypass Niagara Falls.
Located adjacent to Lock 2, the St. Lawrence Seaway Bridge is also named as route 83 or Carlton Street. The length of the structure is 80 meter and it is supported by a total of five spans.
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+20/–10 mm movement, support ribs
St. Lawrence Seaway