The CNR Bridge is a steel truss swing span railway bridge over the north arm of the Fraser River in New Westminster British Columbia, Canada. The bridge connects the community of Queensborough, on Lulu Island, to the mainland. The bridge is used by the Canadian National Railway. From where the word CNR is used as the short word for Canadian National Railway
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... The Senator Sid Buckwold Bridge is a bridge that spans the South Saskatchewan River between west and east shore in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada ... in 1966, on the same site as the original Qu'Appelle, Long Lake and Saskatchewan (later CN Rail) bridge ... The bridge is part of the Idylwyld Freeway, for which the former CNR Bridge was torn down ...
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“In bridge clubs and in councils of state, the passions are the same.”
—Mason Cooley (b. 1927)