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An angled side view of the bridge.
This photo from Michigan Historic Sites Online, shows the bridge before it was moved off the water.
This is what you will see as you approach the bridge from on the road. There is plenty of parking here, the area appears to be a popular fishing area.
Detail of I-Beam and connections. Having no deck and sitting on the ground allowed me to get some good detail photos of parts of the bridge that would be otherwise difficult to photograph.
This is an angle you would normally have to zoom to get, since where I am standing would be over water.
Detail of one of the plates of steel welded onto the bridge.
The cobblestone abutments that once held the bridge.
Full outside side view, with ugly barriers in the way.
Another side view without the ugly barriors in the picture.
I-Beam and some sort of metal thing that must have helped hold the wood planks together.