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Niagara Bridge

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A suspension bridge built over the Niagara Falls.

The upper deck was used by the railway, with trains limited in speed to 5 miles per hour.

The lower (or wagon-roadway) is regulated so as to prevent marching bodies of men from crossing the bridge "in step".

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