This bridge is one of the smallest known concrete girder bridges in Michigan. With an overall length of around 25 feet, it is perhaps somewhat surprising that a bridge this small was not simply designed as a concrete slab.
Despite its size, the bridge has the traditional appearance of larger girder bridges built by the Michigan State Highway Department. Located on old US-2 alignment, which is today a two track trail, the bridge is unaltered and in excellent
condition. It is a small but good representative example of its type in Michigan.
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