Toronto is rebuilding the northern part of their port area into more downtown (office, retail, residential, recreational) space, but it appears they are leaving the ship channel as an industrial space.
Historic Bridges reports that the trunnion was replaced as part of the 2013 rehabilitation.
It looks like a good sized boat is docked on the right.
|Jonathan Konopka posted|
This is the Cherry Street Bridge in Toronto, Ontario. It is a bascule bridge that was built in 1930 and carries Cherry Street over the Toronto Harbour Shipping Channel.