|Crosses Saint John River|
|Trough construction Steel|
Province New Brunswick
Body of water Saint John River
|Bridge type Truss bridge, Covered bridge|
Similar Clair–Fort Kent Bridge, Edmundston–Madawaska Bridge, Watson Settlement Bridge, Saint John Harbour Bridge, Fort Kent
The Florenceville Bridge is a wooden covered bridge combined with a steel trusses which crosses the Saint John River at Florenceville, New Brunswick, Canada. Built in 1907, the 46.9 metre (154 foot) bridge has one wooden Howe truss span, four steel through trusses and one plate girder span. The bridge evolved from a five span uncovered Burr Truss bridge built in 1885. One Burr span was converted to a covered Howe truss and in 1907 the others were converted to steel trusses.