Quebec City, QC G1W 4S3
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Quebec Bridge has a long history before it could be named the National Historic Site of Canada. The initial construction of the bridge started in 1904 and before its completion, the structure collapsed in 1907. After the second attempt of reviving the structure, it experienced another collapse in 1916. The final attempt was successful and the bridge was open in 1919. The bridge now has a railway line, pedestrian's walkway and three road lanes. It also holds the record of world's longest cantilevered bridge span of 549 meters (1800 feet).