This bridge is a beautifully intact example of Michigan's unique concrete camelback bridge design, in the 60 foot plan format, the largest design that did not feature pierced openings. The preservation of all remaining concrete camelback bridges in Michigan is essential. Each surviving example is nationally significant as a rare structure type indigenous to Michigan. With excellent integrity, the preservation of the M-64 Bridge does not seem too tall of an order.
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