|Bridge Name||Facility Carried / Feature Intersected||Location||Structure Type||Construction Date / Builder or Contractor|
|Decew Road Bridge||Decew Road Over Lake Gibson (12 Mile Creek)||Rural: Niagara Region, Ontario||Metal Riveted Warren Pony Truss, Stationary||0 By: Standard Steel Construction Company of Port Robinson, Ontario|
Multi-span pony truss bridges are uncommon, but this two-span pony truss is right around the corner from another multi-span pony truss. This bridge is interesting because it features two main spans, but the two main spans are not identical in size. It is unclear why the bridge was built this way. There is v-lacing under the top chord and end post, and original lattice railings remain. Vertical members are i-beams and diagonals are built-up with battens. There is a concrete t-beam approach span at each end of the bridge. Supports for the bridge appear to be an unusual combination of concrete and steel caisson.