The Casselman River Bridge was built in 1813 and was used until 1933. Over the years it has been repaired, including major restoration in the late 1970’s. I had seen a few photos of the bridge … some with reflections in the water … so I figured it was worth a visit. There wasn’t much water flowing under the bridge, but I really wasn’t disappointed. I’m still looking at the images, but here a couple for today.
I had to stand up on my tiptoes and hold the camera up to shoot over the high sides of the bridge.