Lake Shore Boulevard Bailey Bridge is a Bailey bridge in Toronto. It is the only remaining Bailey bridge within the pre-amalgamated City of Toronto. It was erected in 1952 (some say 1947) but dates back to World War II when it was manufactured for the British Army. It is used as a pedestrian bridge to connect Exhibition Place to the waterfront south of Lake Shore Boulevard.
This type of bridge was used to allow visitors to the Canadian National Exhibition to walk to waterfront activities in safety.
It was erected by the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario using steel supplied by the Dominion Bridge Company and was renovated during 1998.