Rainbow Bridge poem

Rainbow Bridge poem: The Rainbow Bridge at Niagara Falls is also a charming tourist spot. It is across the Niagara River gorge and is made up of steel arch. To the east the bridge connects cities of Niagara Falls, New York, United States and to the west it connects Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada. Construction of bridge began in May 1940 and was officially opened on 1st November, 1941. The first meeting of the newly formed Niagara Falls Bridge Commission took place in Niagara Falls (in New York) On August 12th 1938. Fred M. Krull, Will A. Cannon and Samuel S. Johnson were appointed for this by New York State Governor. T. B. McQuesten, Archie Hanes and C. Ellison Kaumeyer represented the Province of Ontario. With joint Government of Ontario and New York approval, the Niagara Falls Bridge Commission has made responsible for the administration and maintenance of all the international bridges crossing the Niagara River. Then Niagara Falls Bridge Commission made a plan to finance, construct and operate new bridge over the Niagara Gorge to replace the Honeymoon Bridge (1897-1938) and new bridge was to be named the Rainbow Bridge.(Sorry this article doesn’t contain any Rainbow Bridge poem)

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Its site is approximately 550 feet (168m). The water current under this bridge averages 26-30 miles per hour and the water depth is in excess of 175 feet (53m). It is estimated that in one minute six billion (6,000,000,000) pounds of water cross under the Rainbow Bridge. The deck of this bridge is 202 feet (61.5m) above the water and 950 feet (289.5m) in length. The water depth is in excess of 175 feet (53m).The scenery of bridge is very nice, especially near the bridge, where the waterway is narrow.

Places to see near Niagara Falls

It’s difficult to write Rainbow Bridge poem.It’s funny that Rainbow Bridge poem article doesn’t contain any poem :p

 

 

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  2. Mark Smith says:

    Pretty insightful post. I bookmarked you, will definitely come back in the future.

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