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Port Dalhousie Harbourfront Walkway

Winter Beauty - Port Dalhousie Harbourfront Walkway pedestrian bridge in winter, seen from the bridge atop Heywood Generating Station on Lockport Drive, Port Dalhousie (photo: Veghead60)


Toward the south end of the Port Dalhousie Harbour Walkway is the graceful arch of the pedestrian bridge that crosses the gap between Lockhart Point and the Heywood Generating Station. The bridge was installed in 2006 as part of the Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail, a 900 kilometre long pedestrian and cycling trail which extends all the way from Niagara around the western end of Lake Ontario through Toronto to Kingston and beyond.



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Click to play or download Port Dalhousie Harbourfront Walkway Pedestrian Bridge TripClip (mp3 format).

This destination is also part of the TripClip tour 'Touring the Twelve.'



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