last large Parisian bridge carried out in stone masonry.
work begin in 1879, on the initiative of the Town of Paris and the State,
in order to face the harbour development of Bercy, and finish in 1882.
Its overall length is 168 meters and its width is 20 meters. The Pont
de Tolbiac was the last Parisian bridge carried out in masonry of stone,
right before the apparaition of the techniques of the reinforced concrete.
The Pont de Tolbiac is with ON district in full change in the vicinity
immediate with the Grande Bibliothèque François Mitterrand.