January 1912 The Railway and Marine World (Toronto) Page 20, col. 2

Grand Trunk Railway construction, betterments, etc.


Humber bridge.—One of the abutments of the newly built bridge over the Humber River, a part of the Toronto Lake Shore improvement showed signs of settlement after having been completed, and traffic was suspended. The abutment was temporarily reinforced, and traffic was resumed Nov. 23, on the northern tracks. There has been no further sign of settling, and the engineers belief that a second bottom has been found by all parts of the abutment. The total settlement was about four inches.

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