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Canadian Bridge Company – Part 2

Thanks to Chris Edwards, who send along even more info about the CBC to share with everyone…

All photos from a company promotional booklet from 1943.

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From the Chris Edwards Collection

A copy of the company logo.


From the Chris Edwards Collection

Inside the plant 2 assembly shop.


From the Chris Edwards Collection

Inside the plant 2 punch shop.


From the Chris Edwards Collection

An aerial view of the factory, showing plants 1 and 2. Walker Road was is in the foreground of this photo, with the office building in the foreground on the left.


From the Chris Edwards Collection

A view of the offices (after the top floor addition shown yesterday).


From the Chris Edwards Collection

A few of the buildings with Walkerville made steel framing.


From the Chris Edwards Collection

Transmission towers built by the company.


From the Chris Edwards Collection

This one was called “special structures”. The hydro station at Walker & Grand Marais maybe?


From the Chris Edwards Collection

The plant 1 stockyard.


From the Chris Edwards Collection

The Plant 2 shipping yard.


From the Chris Edwards Collection

Shipping the finished product by rail.

Another example of how diversified our manufacturing base once was in this city…

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