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Courtesy Michigan Department of Transportation and Archives of Michigan
Photographs of Troeger's conceptual drawing of the Burton Street Interchange (document housed in Michigan Archives). Photo-documentation for the US-131 Overpass and the interchange ramps as they exist today is presented below in two groups, one with the bridge documentation and the other with the interchange ramp documentation.
Elevation from southwest quadrant.
Elevation from northwest quadrant.
Distant elevation from northwest quadrant.
Distant elevation from southeast quadrant.
View beside bridge from northwest quadrant.
View beside bridge from southwest quadrant.
View beside bridge from southeast quadrant.
View of bridge deck from northeast quadrant.
Replaced railing section.
Southwest abutment railing.
View of western approach to bridge, taken from northwest quadrant.
Southeast abutment railing with retaining wall also visible.
Retaining wall, located at the northeast quadrant around bridge.
Retaining wall, located at the southeast quadrant around bridge.
Retaining wall, located at the southwest quadrant around bridge.
Overview of ramp exit to Century Avenue, northwest quadrant around bridge.
Additional views of ramp exit to Century Avenue, northwest quadrant around bridge.
View of Century avenue with northwest quadrant ramps visible in the distance.
Views at the Burton Street intersection with Century Avenue and the ramps of the southwest quadrant.
Overview of entrance and exit ramps at southwest quadrant.
Additional views of the entrance and exit ramps at southwest quadrant.
Ramp at southeast quadrant around bridge.
View of the intersection with the ramps on the east side of the US-131 Overpass Bridge.
Northeast quadrant ramp, providing access to Northbound US-131.
Southeast quadrant ramp, providing access to Southbound US-131.
View of US-131.
Southbound US-131 exit signage for the interchange. Note that the unusual interchange design resulted in some uncommon signage, including low 15mph and 20mph advisory speeds, and a 1/8 mile ahead sign.