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de la Macaza or chemin de l'Annonciation, Labelle County

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SQPC Number: QC/61-33-10
County: Labelle County
Township: Marchand
Town/Village: La Macaza
Bridge Name: de la Macaza or chemin de l'Annonciation
Crosses: Rivière Macaza
Truss type: Town variation
Spans: 1+
Length: 129', 39m
Roadway Width:
Built: 1904
Builder:
When Lost: standing
Cause:
Latitude: N46 21.41
Longitude: W074 46.79
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Topographic map of the area
Directions: 6.7 miles (10.7 km) north of Route 117 at Labelle on chemin de la Gare, then just left on chemin du Pont-Couvert.
Comments:

Pont de la Macaza, Marchand, MRC de Antoine-Labelle, QC Built 1904
Gérald Arbour Photograph (2002)


Pont de la Macaza, Marchand, MRC de Antoine-Labelle, QC Built 1904
Gérald Arbour Photograph (1990)


Pont de la Macaza, Marchand, MRC de Antoine-Labelle, QC Built 1904
Gérald Arbour Collection, Pierre Duff Photograph (1994)


Pont de la Macaza, Marchand, MRC de Antoine-Labelle, QC Built 1904
Gérald Arbour Collection, 1962 Photo From Quebec Film Bureau


Pont de la Macaza, Marchand, MRC de Antoine-Labelle, QC Built 1904
Bill Caswell Photo, November 7, 2009


Pont de la Macaza, Marchand, MRC de Antoine-Labelle, QC Built 1904
Bill Caswell Photo, November 7, 2009

Sources:
http://www.mtq.gouv.qc.ca/portal/page/portal/grand_public/vehicules_promenade/reseau_routier/structures/ponts_couverts/visite_ponts/laurentides
Arbour, Gérald & Forest, Gaétan. List of Québec Bridges, 2006
National Society for the Preservation of Covered Bridges. World Guide to Covered Bridges, 2009, page 180

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