Monday, October 6, 2008

Mossington Bridge/ Bridges Between

The Mossington Bridge is a narrow one on the south side of Lake Simcoe. How narrow?

Just wide enough for one car or truck at a time.

And this is what's under the bridge, a creek emptying into the Lake.

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13 comments:

Shammickite said...

Oh I haven't been there for ages... it's all painted blue, looks lovely! I really have to get out more!

RuneE said...

A blue bridge! That is a new one to me. Nice construction - pity they couldn't make it wider.

John said...

Great shots and what a cool color on the bridge.

Ackworth Born said...

That's a very lovely bridge - can't get over the use of the word "yield" on your signs!

Nathalie said...

We don't have bridges looking like that in France. To me they're typically American!
If I may give my opinion, whoever chose that blue color should be shot.
LOL

Nathalie said...

Yesterday's clematis were wonderful. I love the dew or rain on them.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Rune,
I don't know for sure but I suspect it's narrow on purpose to keep traffic speeds down. Many pedestrians and cyclists travel this road.

Abraham Lincoln said...

We still have some "one-lane" bridges around here and some covered bridges that are one lane. I never saw a blue one in my life. Until today. LOL

Mary said...

what a pretty color!

Lew said...

Very nice photo of the blue bridge! I don't agree that bridge color requires capital punishment though. We also have a few one-lane bridges near here and a two-lane, blue bridge over the Potomac River between Maryland and Virginia.

Rose said...

I somehow missed this...you sure don't see many bridges like this that are being used around here.

tr3nta said...

beautiful bridge... love the blue...

Rambling Woods said...

I wouldn't want to cross that at night and meet someone on the other side..

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