One of three bridges across the Albert Canal and covered by the artillery of Fort Eben Emael.
|The Vroenhaven bridge in the 1930s.|
|The bridge with the blockhouse after German capture|
|The new bridge, still with the blockhouse|
|The new bridge, a lovely photo from Ney & Partners Structures|
|Memorial to the Belgian defenders|
|During construction of the new bridge.|
Also nearby is a memorial to a flight RAF Fairey Battles who attacked the bridges on 12th May 1940.