Waterloo First Bridges [Waterloo Chronicle By Bob Vrbanac]

© Bob Vrbanac Photo

© Bob Vrbanac Photo

“LRT construction work in uptown Waterloo may have uncovered one of the first public projects in the city’s history — the remnants of a bridge that once spanned a tributary of the Laurel Creek. Documents acquired by the Chronicle from the City of Waterloo archives suggests one of Waterloo’s first permanent bridges may have been built in that area of King and William Streets. Workers may have discovered the old site last week, causing temporary construction delays later revealed at a meeting with uptown businesses on March 22.”

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