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The Queen Street Viaduct
The viaduct under construction in 1911

The Queen Street Viaduct (also known as the Queen Street Bridge) in Toronto, Canada carries vehicles and Toronto Transit Commission streetcars along Queen Street East. The steel Truss bridge was built in 1911 to replace an early stone bridge over the Don River. At the top of the western side of the bridge is a piece of public art done in 1996 by Eldon Garnet. It consists of a clock with the phrase "this river I step in is not the river I stand in" written in large letters.

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Coordinates: 43°39′29″N 79°21′14″W / 43.658°N 79.354°W / 43.658; -79.354

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