Definition of Pierre Laporte Bridge
1. Noun. A suspension bridge across the Saint Lawrence River at Quebec.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Pierre Laporte Bridge
Literary usage of Pierre Laporte Bridge
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Canada 2002 by Wayne C. Thompson (2003)
"On the south shore, Highway 20 runs east until the Pierre- Laporte bridge. Across the bridge. Boulevard Laurier continues to Québec City, ..."
2. Canada 2002 by Wayne C. Thompson (2003)
"Highway 20 runs east until the Pierre- Laporte bridge. Across the bridge, Boulevard Laurier continues to Québec City, becoming Grande-Allée Est as you enter ..."
3. Quebec by Francois Remillard (2003)
"73 S. (use the Pont Pierre Laporte bridge). The Rivière Chaudière falls are on the right. Take Exit 101 to Rte. 173 and follow this to Vallée-Jonction. ..."
4. The Trans Canada Trail in Quebec by Yves Seguin, Jean Pare (2004)
"... inspired by the Pierre- Laporte bridge, located next to the Pont de Quebec. The footbridge dominates the river, which is approximately 23 metres wide. ..."