If you have ever driven into and out of St. Thomas on the western side of Railroad City, there is a good chance you’ve seen the hulking rail bridge soaring high above the valley and river below. For nearly a century now, the Kettle Creek Bridge has been a significant landmark in the region, and while today it no longer serves the railroad, it continues to be an icon of the once central railway hub. The current Kettle Creek Bridge is the third bridge to span the Kettle Creek valley. When Canadian Southern came through in 1871, the valley presented a significant obstacle. Sending aRead More →