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The Burton Bridge is a steel through arch crossing the Saint John River between Maugerville and Burton, New Brunswick, Canada. The bridge connects routes 102 and 105 (formerly the Trans-Canada Highway), but has no numerical designation of its own.
The bridge opened in 1973, replacing a cable ferry service in the area; and is 765 metres in length.
In 1993, a 13-year-old boy fell from the bridge.
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