Historic bridges are known as "heritage bridges" in Ontario. Southern Ontario is a major coverage area for HistoricBridges.org. Ontario has a substantial number of steel truss bridges, but pin connected truss bridges are few in number. Most southern Ontario truss bridges date from the 1910s on. There are many of the Welland Canal's movable bridges featured, which is in Niagara Region. Ontario is also noted for its beautiful concrete bowstring "rainbow" arch bridges. Ontario also has a very large number of concrete rigid-frame bridges. There has been a marked increased in the number of heritage bridge demolition plans since 2008.
Select a location to view the available bridges for that location. Select from the interactive map available below, or select from the text list next to the map. On the map, names in blue denote locations that have bridges available to view.
Note: Due to the physical size of Ontario, the maps are divided into two sections. Immediately below, you will find southern Ontario, where most of the coverage is. Scroll down further to find the map showing available northern Ontario locations, as well as the text list of all available locations.