HD photos of the Passerelle Mornay foot bridge over Canal Saint-Martin in Paris France
The Passerelle Mornay in Paris was constructed in 1800s and is metal fame and wooden decked pedestrian bridge, which crosses over the south end of Canal Saint-Martin at Port de l'Arsenal, and connects between two main roads called the Boulevard Bourdon and the Boulevard de la Bastille.
High definition photograph of the Passerelle Mornay bridge over Canal Saint-Martin
Here you can see a photo we took of the Passerelle Mornay, which is a footbridge, or pedestrian only bridge in Paris, that goes over the Canal Saint-Martin by the leisure marina of the Port de l'Arsenal.
The Passerelle Mornay bridge is a pedestrian only bridge over the Canal Saint-Martin leisure port
This photo shows the Passerelle Mornay bridge which is a metal bridge that crosses over the Port de Plaisance, or leisure port in English, and connects the 12th Arrondissement at the Boulevard de la Bastille with the 4th Arrondissement at the Boulevard Bourdon.
Photo of the Passerelle Mornay with pleasure boats moored along the Canal Saint-Martin
In this image you can see the Passerelle Mornay footbridge with many of the pleasure boats moored up below, and we were looking towards the Place de la Bastille when we took this picture, and if you look carefully you can just make out part of the Opera Bastille.
Passerelle Mornay bridge metal frame support struts with its pedestrian walkway
The Passerelle Mornay footbridge that you can see in this photo was taken looking along its metal frame supports which spans a canal by the Bassin de l'Arsenal, yet at present we have not figured out exactly when this was constructed but it was during the 1800s.
Close up HD picture of the metal support struts on the Passerelle Mornay bridge
This close up photo shows the metal support struts on the Passerelle Mornay bridge, which is sometimes referred to as the Passerelle de l'Arsenal due to its location being positioned over the Port de l'Arsenal leisure marina in Paris.
Photo of the Passerelle Mornay name plaque on one of its support pillars
This is a close up photo we took of the Passerelle Mornay in Paris showing the name plaque on one of its support pillars over the canal, which is actually known in architectural and engineering terms as a truss bridge.
View looking over the Passerelle Mornay foot bridge
Here you can see a view over the Passerelle Mornay footbridge, or, as you can tell from this image, a pedestrian bridge in Paris that crosses the Canal Saint-Martin and made of steel it is a work of art worth seeing in itself, yet the views from this bridge are also worth it.
Photo of the Passerelle Mornay pedestrian bridge at Port de l'Arsenal in Paris
Looking along the marina on the Canal Saint-Martin with all the houseboats and pleasure craft moored up, you can see the Passerelle Mornay bridge and in the distance is the July Column, which is located in the centre of the Bastille Square.
View of Port de l'Arsenal with the Passerelle Mornay bridge over Canal Saint-Martin
While we were standing on the pavement of the Boulevard Bourdon, which runs alongside the Canal Saint-Martin, we took this photograph looking down Port de l'Arsenal towards the River Seine end, with its metal bridge called the Passerelle Mornay crossing over the canal.