Crooked Bridge

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Crooked Bridge
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.
Design Girder bridge
Total length 581 metres (1,906 ft)
Construction begin September 1928
Construction end April, 1930
Coordinates 53°23′45″N 104°02′25″W / 53.3959°N 104.0403°W / 53.3959; -104.0403

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.[1]

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  1. ^ Herrington, Ross. "Statement of Heritage Significance; The Crooked Bridge;Town of Nipawin March 1, 2008" (PDF). Government of Saskatchewan. Retrieved 2009-12-07.