CNR Bridge

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CNR Bridge is located in Vancouver
CNR Bridge
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Location in Metro Vancouver
CNR Bridge
Carries railway, single track
Crosses North arm of Fraser River
Locale New Westminster
Coordinates 49°10′58″N 122°59′17″W / 49.182903°N 122.988113°W / 49.182903; -122.988113 (CNR Bridge)Coordinates: 49°10′58″N 122°59′17″W / 49.182903°N 122.988113°W / 49.182903; -122.988113 (CNR Bridge)
Aerial photo of Queensborough (bottom left), the mainland (extreme left) and the bridge connecting them.

The CNR Bridge is a steel truss swing span railway bridge over the north arm of the Fraser River in New Westminster British Columbia, Canada. The bridge connects the community of Queensborough, on Lulu Island, to the mainland. The bridge is used by the Canadian National Railway. From where the word CNR is used as the short word for Canadian National Railway

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