Old Champlain Bridge deconstruction moving forward (video + photos)
On: October 16, 2020 | By:
It is a monumental task and will take at least 3 years to complete, but work on the deconstruction of the Old Champlain Bridge is moving forward. Section by section, piece by piece, the 57 year old span will be carefully dismantled – until all that is left will be nothing but a memory of the millions upon millions of vehicles that crossed over it. Its successor, the new Samuel de Champlain Bridge, opened in June of 2019 and is a testament to all that has been and can be accomplished. It will be the holder of the torch, continuing to connect the Island of Montreal to the South Shore, over the Saint-Lawrence River.
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