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  Bridge to oblivion

Bridge to oblivion
Image credit: © Damian Bâthory

Uploader comment: I'm a part time truck driver, i go on trips sometimes just because i like to be on the road alone. I've been going through this part of highway 15 in Laval Quebec, Canada for the past 5 years and i'm always fascinated by this pedestrian bridge that was constructed 40 feets high that leads nowhere. it's been there for over five years with no access to it, no one has ever walked this bridge (except the nutcase who build it). Quebecers wonders where their tax money goes, well... This bridge is a real mistery, why the f... was it built.


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Comment icon #3 Posted by Wolffheart on 21 May, 2013, 11:50
kan you also share te goolemap link? been trying to find is but helaas...
Comment icon #2 Posted by Damian Bâthory on 2 June, 2013, 10:08
Here is the location of this bridge, coming down southbound from Mirabel to Montreal you take the offramp to highway 640 in Laval ouestbound toward St-Eustache and Highway 13, the bridge stands right on your right when you are on the offramp ouest, on the pic uou can see the Laval Reno Depot in the background. Just search on googlemap for the Reno Depot in Laval, (800 Autoroute Chomedey, Laval, Quebec, Canada) and you will find the bridge.
Comment icon #1 Posted by Damian Bâthory on 2 June, 2013, 10:49
Ok, i had it wrong the bridge is in Boisbriand, coming down southbound from Mirabel to Montreal you take the offramp to highway 640 in Boisbriand ouestbound toward St-Eustache and Highway 13. It is not in Laval but in Boisbriand.

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