|Bridge Name||Facility Carried / Feature Intersected||Location||Structure Type||Construction Date / Builder or Contractor|
|Welland Railway Bridge
Welland Canal Bridge #15
|Railroad (Canada Southern Railway) Over Welland Recreational Waterway||Welland: Niagara Region, Ontario||Metal Riveted Baltimore Through Truss, Movable: Swing||0 By: Unknown|
This bridge is a classic example of a swing bridge on a railway. It is traditionally composed and retains good historic integrity. The trusses feature a Baltimore truss configuration. It is wide enough for two tracks, but only one set is present. It no longer swings for boats, as this section of the canal is abandoned and only used for recreational purposes. The bridge was originally built as a Canada Southern Railway Bridge. Later ownership was Michigan Central, New York Central, Penn Central, and Conrail. It is now owned by Canadian Pacific, who does not run trains on it, but instead provides trackage rights to Trillium Railway who runs trains on it a couple times a week.