The Peace Bridge has been significant in the growth of the country. It crosses the Niagara River from Buffalo, New York to Fort Erie, Ontario, Canada. The stamp commemorates more than a century of friendship, trade, and peace between the United States and Canada. The two nations share the longest undefended border in the world. New advances in construction have been used.
The Peace Bridge was built for pedestrian and vehicular
traffic. Clearance at one end of the span is for canal or ship
movement. The bridge is made up of five steel arches and a single truss
span. At the elaborate opening ceremonies in 1927 a number of luminaries
attended, including Edward, Prince of Wales.
Stamp Issue: 1977