The Full Wiki

More info on Prince Edward Viaduct

Prince Edward Viaduct: Quiz


Question 1: Burke, the Prince Edward Viaduct is a three hinged concrete-steel ________, with a total span of 494 metres at 40 metres above the Don Valley.
Cantilever bridgeTruss bridgeArch bridgeCable-stayed bridge

Question 2: The humorous song Anything could happen by ________ opens with "You could have gone off the Bloor Street Viaduct".
Neil YoungCanadian rockBruce CockburnEmmylou Harris

Question 3: The Don Valley phase of the system, more commonly known as the Bloor Street Viaduct, The Bloor Viaduct or simply The Viaduct, spans the Don River Valley, crossing over (from east to west) the ________, the Don River, and Bayview Avenue Extension.
Danforth AvenueDundas Street (Toronto)Gardiner ExpresswayDon Valley Parkway

Question 4: The construction of the bridge was used as a setting for the historical fiction of Michael Ondaatje's novel ________.
R. C. Harris Water Treatment PlantTorontoIn the Skin of a LionPrince Edward Viaduct

Question 5: The song War On Drugs by the ________ was inspired by, and refers to, the Viaduct.
Barenaked Ladies discographyBarenaked for the HolidaysBarenaked LadiesIf I Had $1000000

Question 6: The Prince Edward Viaduct System is the name of a truss arch bridge system in Toronto, Ontario, Canada that connects ________ East, on the west side of the system, with Danforth Avenue on the east.
Eglinton AvenueBloor StreetDundas Street (Toronto)The Queensway (Toronto)

Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address