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Views beside bridge from southwest quadrant.
Views directly beside bridge from southwest quadrant.
Elevation from southwest quadrant.
Distant elevation from southwest quadrant.
Views beside bridge from northwest quadrant.
View beside bridge from northwest quadrant, with highway bridge visible to the left in the photo.
Western approach spans, south elevation.
Detail of western approach span.
Approach spans, north elevation.
Approach spans at the eastern (United States) end.
Nearby grade separation from railroad line, located a short distance west of the bridge. The Michigan Central name is still visible painted on the superstructure.
Remains of stone piers, which are likely from the former railway bridge, the cantilever truss.
Views focusing on the arch rib.
Views focusing on the spandrel bracing and columns.
View focusing on the top chord.
Arch rib connections.
Top chord connections.
Detail at end of arch span.
Approach span piers.
Border security measures on the Canadian side of the bridge. The bilingual signs appear to be the product of the United States and are in English and Spanish. The United States is apparently unaware that English and French are the two most common languages in Canada.