|Official name||Crooked Bridge|
|Carries||Torch River Rail Inc.|
|Crosses||North Saskatchewan River|
|Locale||Nipawin No. 487 / Torch River No. 488, near Nipawin, Saskatchewan, Canada|
|Maintained by||Torch River Rail Inc.|
|Total length||581 metres (1,906 ft)|
|Construction begin||September 1928|
|Construction end||April, 1930|
The Crooked Bridge is a Canadian railway bridge that spans the Saskatchewan River just north of Nipawin, Saskatchewan. It was originally built by the Canadian Pacific Railway. The Crooked Bridge is a double deck bridge with the top deck carrying the Torch River Railway (short-line operator) track while a 16 foot roadway is on the lower deck.
- Herrington, Ross. "Statement of Heritage Significance; The Crooked Bridge;Town of Nipawin March 1, 2008" (PDF). Government of Saskatchewan. Retrieved 2009-12-07.
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