The Valley Inn Bridge over Grindstone Creek. This marks the boundary between the cities of Hamilton and Burlington. It was recently closed to vehicles though a plan to tear it down was scrapped and it remains open for cyclists and pedestrians.
In the background is the McQuesten High Level Bridge
Lovely pic. Very serene. I am glad they've ditched plans to tear out the bride.
a peaceful scenery. it's good that the bridge will remain.
How wonderful they're keeping that bridge, it looks like a lovely place to walk!
Have a great weekend!
Excellent! «Louis» welcomes you to Sunday Bridges!
What became of the old Studebaker plant in Hamilton?
Two bridges, lovely photo and spot!
As a cyclist, I much prefer the old to the new.
I guess the cars have to get there in a round about wway now. Lovely bridge. Looks great to wlak on. Very romantic. Is the water deep?
looks for a lovely place for a walk
Thanks all for your visit.
The bridge is a wooden temporary bridge that has become more or less permanent but not safe for vehicular traffic.
This is a popular site for fishing and birding and if you are coming from the south you will have a steep climb down or a long drive around to get down by the residential road.
Far too pretty to tear down...so long as it is safe, that is. It's a very very beautiful scene!
Carolyn: It has been reinforced and as no-one yet weighs as much as a car, I guess it is safe!
I'm so glad the powers-that-be have decided to NOT tear down that bridge! It's very attractive. Besides it's perfect for pedestrians and cyclists.
What a great expanse. Two bridges!
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