Derwent Way Bridge

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Derwent Way Bridge
Carries Two lanes of Derwent Way, railway, pedestrians, bicycles
Crosses Annacis Channel
Locale New Westminster
Delta
Opened 1986
Coordinates 49°11′11″N 122°55′56″W / 49.18636°N 122.932312°W / 49.18636; -122.932312 (Derwent Way Bridge)Coordinates: 49°11′11″N 122°55′56″W / 49.18636°N 122.932312°W / 49.18636; -122.932312 (Derwent Way Bridge)
Aerial photo of Annacis Island (bottom right) and Queensborough (bottom left) and the bridge connecting them.

The Derwent Way Bridge built in 1955 was a road and rail swing bridge over the Annacis Channel of the Fraser River in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia, Canada. The bridge connected the community of Queensborough, part of New Westminster on Lulu Island, to Annacis Island in Delta.

It was replaced in 1986 by the "Annacis Island Swing Bridge" , built at the same location.

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Derwent Way Bridge is located in Vancouver
Derwent Way Bridge
Location in Metro Vancouver