Some of you might know this one. It's in Montréal, Canada.
The name of the bridge is Pont Victoria.
There are two bridges, one in a straight line and one curved.
Both bridges go over a lock-gate.
The curved bridge was build to make it possible for trains to travel while the other lock-gate was opened.
The other interesting part is the configuration of the roads beside / over / under the railroad track.
These are the coordinates for google maps: 45.494992,-73.519714
Photo by the lock-gate.
Two road lanes are under the railroadbridge, the other two are passing beside.
The other side of the road is passing above the railroad track. See also the next photo.
Text from internet: Bollman Truss North Branch Bridge built in late 1857 to replace the wooden bridge.
This 1858 photo appear in Geo. B. Abdill book Civil War Railroads and Daniel Toomey's book The War Came by Train.
The new iron bridge was destroyed by the Confederate Army in May 1861, June 1863 and a third time on February 2, 1864.