Westmorland Street Bridge

Westmorland Street Bridge

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The Westmorland Street Bridge is a bridge crossing the Saint John River in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. Opened in 1981, the Westmorland Street Bridge is an extension of Westmorland Street in Fredericton's central business district and connects with Route 105 in Nashwaaksis, a neighbourhood of Fredericton since municipal amalgamation in the 1970s.

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