This bridge is full of history. It's beautiful and a great place to take pictures and see the city as you cross.
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Old Bridge which was opened for Queen Victoria Jubilee.This bridge connect South Shore with Montreal in only 12 minutes.!!
I always use this bridge when entering into the city. It is also the safest bridge. During the grand prix this bridge is right next to the track and you can see and hear the cars. You can't walk across this bridge but you can...More
In a city that seems to be under total re-construction, this bridge proved to be the most reliable access to downtown. Though direction to/from downtown is controlled during rush hour, it can save hours off your travel time. It's also an interestingly built bridge, and...More
Victoria bridge is steeped in history. It is also one of the safest bridges connecting Montreal with the South Shore.. Obviously it is not somewhere you can walk as it is working bridge and there are no footpath. It is also a train bridge which...More
This bridge, which is inaugurated for the Queen Victoria Jubilee (1887) is still standing good. Because it is made entirely of steel, including the floor of the roadway, many motorist still take it every day to cross the St-Lawrence River, while the much more expensive...More
This is an old bridge in Montreal, but don't let this stop you -this bridge is continuously maintained by CN and those that say it is in sad shape do not know what they are talking about and are spreading false rumours - you can...More
This is a very old bridge in Montreal. IT has some amazing views and has a view that allows you to see the river under the car(passengers should look only). THis structure is reportedly over one hundred years but actually is very solidly built. The...More
This is a very long bridge in Montreal. IT has some amazing views and has a view that allows you to see the river under the car(passengers should look only). THis structure is reportedly over one hundred years but actually is very solidly built. The...More
I cross this bridge every day. Dated 1854-59, at the time it was built, the Victoria Bridge ranked as one of the most daring structures of its day.