Bronson Street Canal Bridge

Bronson Street Canal Bridge

On March 6, 1894, John G. Haggart, the Minister of Railways and Canals, received a petition from the citizens of Ottawa and residents of the Township of Nepean, Carleton County, requesting the erection of a bridge across the Rideau Canal near its outlet into Dow’s Lake, on a line with Concession Street (Bronson Avenue) in Ottawa.

Heritage Trees

Heritage Trees

Credit: Canada. Dept. of Mines and Technical Surveys / Library and Archives Canada / PA-023249 Can a tree be designated heritage? Read about Ontario’s program for recognition of trees —are there significant specimens in our neighbourhood? If a tree falls at Brighton beach, will anybody hear? (apologies to Bruce Cockburn)

Bronson Avenue Bridge House

Bronson Avenue Bridge House The following research notes about the Toilet Facilities at the Bronson Avenue Bridge House are derived from the following Library and Archives (LAC) material:  LAC description:    Buildings — Construction and Maintenance — Toilet Rooms and Facilities — Ottawa —  Bronson Avenue Bridge House — Toilet Facilities File part of:               Canal Division

Bridges

Bridges Old Ottawa South has had many bridges spanning the neighbourhood boundaries over the years.

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