Completed in 1912, it was designed by civil engineer Frank Barber and Lewis Construction. It is the only suspension bridge in Toronto. The bridge likely provided the only means to cross the Rouge in north Scarborough when it was built. The single lane Sewells Road Bridge, which carries both north and southbound traffic, spans over the Rouge River in Scarborough, the eastern suburb of Toronto. It’s also one of the shortest suspension bridges meant for vehicular traffic.
No history has been found why this bridge is haunted. At this bridge you will encounter voices, apparitions and orbs. The main activity happens underneath the bridge.
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