A "symphony of steel and concrete
", Burrard Bridge was completed in 1932 as the fourth bridge to cross False Creek, and is now the oldest. Its Art Deco ornamentation
displays symbols representing the founding of the City, veterans of World War I, and Sir Harry Burrard Neale
(who never came within 5000 miles of Vancouver). About 50,000 cars cross over it every day. Recent upgrades include bike lanes and suicide fencing. It looks like it's due for a new paint job.