Based on the neighbours’ comments, it looks like work on the bridge will finish ahead of schedule. Installation of steel I-beams is complete and decking and railings are almost finished. Again, notice the fall colours. Haliburton is breathtaking this time of year!
Supplies are getting low.
View from the bridge, Howland Junction Road crossing the Burnt River/Kendrick Creek.
Haliburton fall colours.
Decking and railing more than half completed.
View from the bridge where Kendrick Creek meets the Burnt River.
Haliburton County has started rebuilding the Howland Junction trestle bridge, AKA B103 Rail Trail. The bridge requires major repairs including replacement of rotten decking, rails and ties.
Source: Minden Times.