Posted by R. Mueller on September 6, 2015 
Commonly referred to as the CPR Grand River bridge (Canadian Pacific Railway), I managed to find out that this bridge opened December 1879, two years before the CPR was created. It was built for CPR's predecessor the Credit Valley Railway (1871-1883). This was CVR's longest bridge on its Toronto-St Thomas Line. The CVR was leased out in 1883 and eventually went to the CPR. (see Credit Valley Railway Wikipedia)
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