1960 Colour aerial photograph of Magnetawan in 1960. The swing bridge can be seen crossing the Magnetawan River. Main street and a portion of the village can be seen on the left hand side of the photograph.
2002 Black and white photograph of a river, likely the Magnetawan. There is a swing bridge off in the distance. Both shores of the river are lined with trees.
2002 Black and white photograph of a swing bridge on the Magnetawan. There is an unidentified house visible on the bank of the river. The are no cars or people on or near the bridge.
2002 Black and white photograph of a swing bridge on the Magnetawan. This portion of the river is lined with trees.
The bridge is open. It operated by pivoting on a pier in the middle of the river. The swing bridge was designed to allow boats to pass by the bridge by pivoting. Despite the bridge...
2002 Black and white photograph of the steamer Armour approaching the swing bridge. The road leading up to the bridge can be seen in the foreground. There are people walking up to the bridge to cross it. There are also people watching the boat coming towards the bridge.
2002 Black and white photograph of the steamer Armour approaching the open swing bridge on Midlothian Road. There are many people of the top deck of the Armour. The swing bridge pivots on a pier so that it is perpendicular to the road.
2003 Black and white photographic postcard of an open swing bridge on the Magnetawan River. The bridge is open and perpendicular to the road. There are no boats in the picture.
Along the bottom in the centre 'Swing Bridge on the Magnetawan River' is written in black.
2002 Black and white photograph of a boat coming down a forested river. This river is likely the Magnetawan. There are boats docked on either side of the river.
This picture is taken from the swing bridge. There is a brown stain on the photograph in the middle near the bottom.
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