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Saturday, January 14, 2012
Port Huron Railroad Bridge
The 1931 bascule bridge in downtown Port Huron was used for trains on what was known as the Pere Marquette line, then the C&O and then the CSX. It has long been abandoned in its upright position, but stands as a symbol of the past. Boaters love this landmark that shows them where the mouth of the Black River is located. It's a rare bridge in great condition and should receive national historic designation. It is currently owned by the Port Huron Yacht Club.